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Enable debugging on Elementor hosted website

Last Update: February 8, 2024


This article explains how to enable debugging mode for your Elementor hosted website.

When the debugging mode is enabled, the following happens:

  • All PHP errors, notices and warnings displays on the website front end. 
  • WordPress uses the non-minified versions of core CSS and JavaScript files rather than the minified versions that are normally loaded. 

You need to switch ON the WordPress & Script Debug field to enable debugging a problem or testing modifications to files. 

This is useful when you are testing modifications to any built-in .js or .css files. 

Enable debugging mode

To switch on safe mode:

  1. Login to My Elementor dashboard.
  2. Go to Websites.
  3. Hover over the desired website and click Manage this website to open the site details screen.
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  4. Click Advance
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  5. Scroll down to Debugging & Troubleshooting.
  6. For WordPress & Script Debug, toggle WordPress & Script Debug to ON. (Default is OFF)

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