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How To Use Elementor (What’s Possible)


Elementor won't open, it shows a blank white page

Did you enable the “Switch Editor Loader Method” in the Elementor settings in your WordPress admin? We discuss this in our Elementor installation video.

In your WordPress admin, go to Elementor > Settings. Click the Advanced tab, and next to where it says “Switch Editor Loader Method”, choose Enable from the drop-down and click Save Changes.

If you’re still having issues, here are some more troubleshooting options you can try.

Elementor won't open, it shows a grey page that's endlessly loading

If you’re using SiteGround hosting, this can be caused by having “External Links Rewrite” enabled in your SSL settings in your SiteGround control panel. In our SSL tutorial we discuss this.

To fix this, in your SiteGround control panel, go to Websites > Site Tools > Security > HTTPS Enforce and turn off “External Links Rewrite”. In order for these changes to take effect you will need to clear the cache in various places.

First, in your SiteGround control panel, go to Speed > Caching and click the “Flush All” button. Next, log into your WordPress admin and in the sidebar go to SG Optimizer. Click the “Purge Cache” button on the right-hand side. Lastly, clear the cache in your web browser. The Elementor editor should work after you take these steps.

If you’re still having issues, here are some more troubleshooting options you can try.

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