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bugs editing themis template

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I have a problem when I go to change the settings in the template, like the social icons and the like ... as soon as I make the change and press save, the scroll wheel comes out, but it doesn't stop spinning and the site crashes

joomla version 3.9.12

1 Answers

Mehtaz Afsana Borsha - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hello,
For this problem you have to change some settings on your computer.
1. Old version of PHP (we suggest to use 7.0.x)
2. Not enabled GZip compression (in Global Configuration)
3. Problems with SSL/HTTS certificate *
4. Extra plugins: KL Admin Skin, AceSearch or JSN PowerAdmin or any similar which can change the appearance/behavior of your Joomla Admin**.
5. Low PHP memory limit (we suggest 128M or 256M)***

  • SP PB request has been blocked by CORS policy - check several tips below.
  • Disable all extra extensions (for test period) to check which make conflict.
    Ask hosting support how to increase memory value. More is better.

You can also check the documentation of SP Page Builder from this link:
FAQ: Cannot Save Changes
https://www.joomshaper.com/documentation/sp-page-builder/sp-page-builder-3#documentation-heading-27_7

Thanks and Regards,
Mehtaz


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