Do you want to solve the ‘WordPress Connection Lost‘ error? well, I know, there are some posts out there with the same issue but there has not been a single solution that worked fine for anyone. You’re getting the message “Connection lost. Saving has been disabled until you’re reconnected.” only when you are updating or published your post.
Even when I got the connection lost error, I also start thinking that what should I do. If I reload this page I lost my content that I write in the post. And I did not even know how long it would take to fix. I wait for almost 1 hour but the connection lost still appears.
If you also faced the same problem then read the full tutorial to solve the “Connection lost. Saving has been disabled until you’re reconnected” error.
Method 1: Disabled the Object Cache of W3 Total Cache
If you installed the W3 Total Cache Plugin then it may the cause of this error. To resolve the Connection Lost issue, I disabled the Object Cache of W3 Total Cache. It works for some peoples and also for me.
But since I don’t want to deactivate the object cache of the W3 Total Cache Plugin, I tried to explore it and check each option and found out that instead of deactivating the object cache, only enable wp-admin requests to be cached while the object cache is still activated.
Now the problem was fixed.
Method 2: Check your Internet Connection
If you see this Connection lost error and you’re unable to publish or save the draft of your post then must check your internet connection. In lots of cases, the Internet connection is the main problem of this error.
Method 3: Hosting Problem
Your Hosting providing service may also the reason of this error. Lots of people say that after changing their hosting service their problem was fixed. So purchased the best hosting from the trusted hosting providing company.
If you have limited or low hosting service, so upgrade your plan or choose the better one.
If this doesn’t help solve the problem, it can be a plugin or a conflict between themes. Try to deactivate all plugins and use one of the default themes (Twenty*).