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How to increase php memory allocation for Elementor

By defualt, uPress allocates 128MB for PHP per each site for any site hosted on our servers.

The Elementor plugin is designed to use frontend allocated memory from the website. By defualt, WordPress allocates 40MB, and plugins can use the memory up to the maximum amount of memory allocated. In case you have tried checking the amount of allocated memory using Elementor, you will probably get the following limitation

Allocated PHP memory accourding to Elementor

In order to resolve the issue, the frontend memory allocation must be changed in  wp-config.php To edit the file from the uPress panel:

  • Choose the website you wish to fix
  • Choose the Develpment tab
  • Open the file manager
  • Choose the file, and add the following line:

  define( 'WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '64M' );

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