- Disabling Conflicting Plugins and Switching Themes
Then, switch to a default theme like Twenty Twenty-Three. This action helps isolate any conflicts and allows you to identify the problematic plugin or theme.
To pinpoint the culprit, reactivate each plugin and test Elementor after enabling each one. Repeat the process until the error resurfaces, helping you identify the problematic plugin or theme.
- Resolving Conflict with Plugins and Custom Code
Contact the Plugin or Theme Developer: If updating the plugin or theme does not resolve the issue, reach out to the respective developer’s support team. Describe the problem, mentioning the conflict with Elementor and any error messages received. The developer can provide guidance or release a patch to fix the conflict.
Temporarily remove or comment out any custom code to see if the error persists. If the error disappears, review the code for any errors or conflicts and make necessary adjustments.