System Requirement for Elementor themes & templates

in Tutorials on November 10, 2019

System Requirements

Our fundamental objective at Elementor is to make the quickest, most exceptional page builder for WordPress.

To accomplish this, we ensure it depends on the most recent technology accessible.

Here are the system requirements you need so as to utilize Elementor.

(On the off chance that you are uncertain about whether or not your server bolster this, contact your host).

WordPress 4.7 or Greater

Elementor works with WordPress version 4.7 or greater

PHP 7 or Greater

Note: If your site is facilitated on a server with a more established PHP, you may encounter issues. We recommend you to contact your hosting supplier upgrade to the latest version of PHP

Elementor may likewise work with PHP 5.4+, yet these older versions have reached official End Of Life and all things considered may open your site to security vulnerabilities and bugs, and may not always work as expected.

MySQL 5.6 or Greater

MySQL version 5.6 or greater OR MariaDB version 10.0 or greater

WP Memory Limit

WP Memory limit of 128 MB or greater (256 MB or higher is preferred)

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Please note that you should utilize Firefox, Chrome, or Safari to EDIT pages with Elementor. You won’t have the option to alter with Microsoft Edge and Microsoft Internet Explorer, obviously your pages worked with Elementor will display as designed in all modern browsers. Most features will display appropriately in IE but IE is an older browser, it is unequipped for supporting a portion of the advanced web advances that Elementor may utilize for some of its features.


It is not possible to edit with mobile phones and tablets for the moment. You can only edit pages with Elementor on desktop computers.


In the event that your site is facilitated by WP Engine, you may need to add SSL to your site to abstain from saving issues.

On the off chance that you use SiteGround or GoDaddy, ensure that they change the SubstituteMaxLineLength of your server for you: when-I-attempt to-alter with-elementor

X-Frame Options

It has to be set to “same-origin” to avoid editing issues. Please ask your host to do this for you.

PHP Z-Lib Extension

It is preferable to have PHP Zlib extension enabled on your server. Please ask your host to enable this for you, if it is not.

If all this is set in place, then you will have no issues using Elementor to build your WordPress website. I hope we were able to help you with this tutorial!

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