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In this article i’m going to show you how to fix the divi builder timeout error with a simple line of code. By adding a mod_substitute directive to your .htaccess, you encrease the processing memory for the Divi Builder. Before you start, keep in mind that you should backup your file, before you make any changes.

Go ahead and locate your .htaccess file, open it, and insert the following code at the top of the document.

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# BEGIN FIX divi builder timeout error
<IfModule mod_substitute.c>
SubstituteMaxLineLength 10M
</IfModule>
# END FIX divi builder timeout error

You can read more about mod_substitute directive in apache’s documentation.

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