Fixing the Fatal Error: Maximum Execution Time Exceeded in WordPress Like pro

Fixing the Fatal Error: Maximum Execution Time Exceeded in WordPress Like pro
How to Fix Fatal Error, How can I increase Maximum Execution
One of the common errors that beginners face in WordPress is fatal Error: Maximum Execution Time Exceeded, Fixing this error very easy, There two easy ways to this error First: you fix that error by editing.Htaccess file manually and the next that is very easy, You can fix by plugin, You know Why error occurs? Because where you host protects web servers from abuse, and they set a time limit for how long a PHP script can run, There many WordPress hosting providers who have set this value to a higher level and the others may have set it to a lower level, So When a PHP script reaches the limit then the errors occur, This is article ideal for beginners, we learn step by step so you will easily understand how to solve the Fatal Error in WordPress in order to fix the fatal error issue choose one of below method

Manually By Editing .htaccess File

Fixing the Fatal Error: Maximum Execution Time Exceeded in WordPress Like pro
First all, Download the FTP client, or use an FTP client to connect to your web server for doing that open up your FTP client enter your Host, Username, Password to connect after you're connected to your web server then go to your web root directory and then WordPress and look for.Htccess a file in WP-content or WP-admin also in your WordPress main directory open up and add the below code
php_value max_execution_time 300
if can't find the file then create one and place in your WordPress main root

php_value max_execution_time 300

Editing .htccess File Using Plugin

Fixing the Fatal Error: Maximum Execution Time Exceeded in WordPress Like pro
This method is very is easy, just go to WordPress plugin section and search for "WP Maximum Execution Time Exceeded" Note: before installing the plugin make sure you backup your WordPress after you backup WordPress then install it and your done.

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