I upgraded to Tiki 17 yesterday, excited for the H5P feature (on a side note, I was excited to find tour and some random icons fixed).
When I add H5P content to a wiki page, it frequently returns the message:
Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /public_html/lib/core/TikiFilter/PreventXss.php on line 256
when saving. When I made a small page (very little text and other plugins, it works just fine. But larger pages will fail. I took one of my pages and added the syntax to a new page one paragraph at a time with an H5P plugin at the bottom. It worked fine for a minute (text, tabs plugin, html plugin, buttons), but at a certain point, it will stop saving. I'm trying to sort out what behavior is causing the failure. I thought it might be footnotes or non responsive images, but it really seems to be the quantity of text. When I remove the H5P plugin, it saves no problem in a second or two.
Any suggestions or thoughts on this one?
- If I save the text directly into the database, it works just fine. So, I think its a save issue? Server issue? Apache issue?