Hello, @Muhammad Ali,
I can see you have the very minimum value for “Max execution time:” & “Max input vars:” so try to increase the values to the maximum level and then try again.
OR try to follow the instructions written in the Elementor page builder doc here: https://elementor.com/help/publish-update-button-not-work/
OR When your WordPress script admin-ajax.php goes time out and didn’t load, it may affect the Elementor update or publish button. You can check this by using your browser Inspect Tools features. Right-click anywhere on your website and click on the inspect option. Now move on to the console tab, if you found any error message like “Failed to load resources” then script timeout is the issue.
You can solve the issue by adding this line of code to your website .htaccess file.
<IfModule mod_dtimeout.c> <Files ~ ".php"> SetEnvIf Request_URI "admin-ajax.php" DynamicTimeout=150 </Files> </IfModule>
Regards 8Themes Team.
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