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Permission denied to access property "elementorFrontend" on cross-origin object



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I use Polylang with subdomains for each language.
Everything work great, except for elementor being unable to load the page the page being accessed through a subdomain, for example .

I have read in the documentation that when we see the following error, we should ensure X-Frame-Options on the hosting is set to SAMEORIGIN:
Uncaught DOMException: Permission denied to access property "elementorFrontend" on cross-origin object

So I went in my PLESK panel, under the main domain, under Apache & nginx Settings, I selected to enter custom values for Additional headers:
(_) Default
(X) Enter custom value

In the textbox, I entered:
X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

I also tried (which is deprecated anyway):
X-Frame-Options: allow-from

... but it does not seem to have any effect on the error.
Anyone with a Plesk setup has found how to solve this issue ?

Note that I now see this additional error:
The loading of “” in a frame is denied by “X-Frame-Options“ directive set to “SAMEORIGIN“.

Edit 2:
I have also tried to add the following to my .htaccess, but it did not solve the problem, as per the error from the edit just above:

<IfModule mod_headers.c>
Header always set X-Frame-Options SAMEORIGIN

Is Elementor able to manage pages that are published on wildcard subdomains ?
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