How to Fix the WordPress Fatal Error: Maximum Execution Time Exceeded

How to Fix the WordPress Fatal Error: Maximum Execution Time Exceeded

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Solving WordPress errors can seem difficult, especially for new users but in reality, this is not the case—most WordPress errors can be solved quickly and easily. The Maximum execution time exceeded error is very common. It can show up while you’re doing something as simple as updating WordPress, themes, or plugins. When it shows up, the error is followed by a message similar to this:

Fortunately, this WordPress fatal error has a very straightforward fix. In this article, we’ll show you a couple of different solutions you can try,

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How to Fix the WordPress Fatal Error: Maximum Execution Time Exceeded

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