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Your server has default Maximum execution time set to 30 seconds. You need to modify it.

Method A: via php.ini

The path of php.ini is varied as per server environment. For example,
  • XAMPP:
    • C:\xampp\php\php.ini
    • XAMPP control panel > Apache Config > php.ini
      xampp php ini path
  • WAMP
    • C:\wamp\bin\apache\apache2.4.9\bin\php.ini
    • Right-click on WAMP shell icon (near watch) > PHP > php.ini
       
  • cPanel:
    • /home/username/public_html/php.ini
    • cPanel > Software > MultiPHP INI Editor

      MultiPHP INI Editor
  • Other: Just google with OS or Panel to find the path of php.ini
Now, Add or Edit php.ini and search for line max_execution_time and replace line or value as below,
max_execution_time = 300
Remember, here 300 means 300 seconds (~5 minutes). If you still encounter the error then increase this value and retry.

Method B: via .htaccess for Apache server

Locate or create the .htaccess file at the root or home directory. Such as public_html. Add or replace the line as below
<IfModule mod_php5.c>
php_value max_execution_time 300
</IfModule>

Method C: via wp-config.php for WordPress website

Locate the folder where WordPress installed, you can see the wp-config.php file there. Search and add or replace below the line,

set_time_limit(300);

So these are the most common method to control execution time. Hope this will helpful to you. In case, other method work then kindly share them.

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