If you use Avada and its builder, and you have problems with performance or conflicts with other plugins when you edit a page, this blog post is for you.
The editor of the Avada builder (outer editor) loads the page that you want to edit inside an iframe (inner editor).
Moreover, when the editor loads, it send some Ajax requests calling the file wp-admin/admin-ajax.php.
Usually, also other plugins hook to that file during the loading process. Sometimes one or more of those plugins cause conflicts that prevent the editor from loading.
With the free version of FDP, you can prevent some plugins from loading on the outer and inner editor, but not during the Ajax requests. You would need the PRO version to do that.
But you can now use Editor Cleanup For Avada, a free add-on of FDP.
After the activation, go to Avada => Frontend Editor Cleanup.
You will see the three buttons to disable plugins:
- in the outer editor
- in the inner editor
- During the loading of the editor
Usually, you don’t need any plugin in the outer editor and during the loading process.
The inner editor is nothing else than the page that you are editing, but called inside an iframe. In the inner editor disable the same plugins that you would disable on the frontend for that page.
It will not only clean up the assets of other plugins, but their PHP code will not run either.
Your Avada frontend editor will be faster and without conflicts with other plugins.
Freesoul Deactivate Plugins, Avada, Fusion Builder, and Fusion Core must be installed and active, in another case the add-on will not run.
If you need to clean up the backend editor of Avada, you need only Freesoul Deactivate Plugins. You can do the cleanup by going to Freesoul Deactivate Plugins => Backend Singles => Pages => Edit Single Page.
Download Editor Cleanup For Avada to speed up the Avada editor, and don’t have anymore any conflict with other plugins.
You can install the plugin also from your WordPress backend.
Search “Editor Cleanup For Avada” on the page of plugins.