1. Honestly, when I first started using WordPress, one of the themes I tried, was a Avada and for the life of me, I could not figure it out.
    This was the only theme I just gave up on, because to me, it did not follow the standard WordPress logic.

  2. I am not an Avada specialist, at least not anymore. However, I know many people who are part of the team behind it. I can’t guarantee a solution, but if you can provide me with a summary of the issue, I can try consulting one of my contacts. It might help the cause.

  3. I do not like that theme at all. I maintain a few clients’ sites that had it already. It’s really funky in live editing because it saves front-end and backend editor settings concurrently, causing all sorts of confusion. Element dimensions are also weird to nail down/make match with surrounding content. Strongly recommend Kadence Pro or something more user friendly.

  4. The 500 Internal Server Error you’re encountering usually indicates an issue with the server configuration, PHP settings, or conflicts within WordPress itself. Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot and resolve this issue:

    1. Check Error Logs:
    – Access error logs via cPanel or FTP.
    2. Increase PHP Memory Limit:
    – Edit `wp-config.php` to include `define(‘WP_MEMORY_LIMIT’, ‘256M’);`.
    3. Disable Plugins:
    – Rename the `plugins` folder to `plugins_disabled`.
    4. Check .htaccess File:
    – Rename `.htaccess` to `.htaccess_old`.
    5. Reinstall WordPress:
    – Go to Dashboard > Updates > “Re-install Now”.
    6. Check File Permissions:
    – Use FTP or file manager to set correct permissions.
    7. Update PHP Version:
    – Check and update PHP via hosting control panel.

    If you need further assistance, feel free to reach out. Let me know how it goes!

  5. My guy uses Avada as well. I could ask if you need further help than the nice offers you have.

    Business owner, not developer here. We’re actually moving our e-commerce site from cs-cart to WordPress/ Woocommerce/Avada.

    Q: Once my developer has it laid out and running, I’m wondering if I’ll have to interact with Avada for things like adding a page here and there. Or is that database driven through Woo and learning Woo’s admin panel will be my task?


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