While using Elementor or Elementor Pro you may see the Error 500 Internal server error while saving your pages.
So today I am going to show you how to fix that error

In order to fix this we must need access to our website source files and to access the source files we must need to access our file manager first but if you don’t have the access to your Cpanel then no worry we will see how to access file manager with the help of a plugin.

So let’s get Started

STEP 01 Using Cpanel

If you have the access to your Cpanel then follow this step. Login to your Cpanel and go to your website directory probably inside
public_html and then Open up the Wp-config.php file and add the snippet below at the bottom OR anywhere make sure to not miss or add any extra semi colon

STEP 02 Using Plugin

If you do not have access to your Cpanel or you are working for your client and they don’t allow you to access their Cpanel then the better approach is to use a plugin called File Manager

  1.   Login to your WordPress website
  2.  Go to Plugins > Add New
  3.  and search for File Manager or visit this link

after the successful installation of the plugin, there will be an option appearing inside your Dashboard Sidebar File Manager click on that, open up the wp-config.php and place the snippet below 

Snippet

define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT','2048M');

That’s it. If you guys have any questions please feel free to comment down below.

Thank you 🙂