Backend very slow, appears to be conflict with theme and plugins

This topic has 2 replies, 2 voices, and was last updated 1 years ago ago by Tony Rodriguez

  • Avatar: gamrah
    gamrah
    Participant
    July 22, 2023 at 00:42

    Hi,
    My XStore site for the most part is pretty good for customers, but the backend is horrendously slow. I’ve switched to a default theme and it’s much better, which leads me to believe there might be a conflict of some description with the plugins. the website routinely 503s and i cannot figure out why

    I’ve followed the support document outlining general speed-up tips to no avail, I was hoping someone could have a look at my site and help diagnose the issue.

    Access attached in private content area

    Please, contact administrator
    for this information.
    1 Answer
    Avatar: Tony Rodriguez
    Tony Rodriguez
    Support staff
    July 22, 2023 at 08:49

    Hello, @gamrah,

    I’d be glad to help you diagnose the issue with your XStore site. Slow backend performance and 503 errors can be frustrating, but there are several potential reasons for these problems. Let’s go through a step-by-step process to identify and address the root causes:

    1. Plugin Conflict: You mentioned that switching to a default theme improved performance. This indicates that there might be a conflict between the Xstore theme and one or more plugins. Start by deactivating all the plugins and then reactivating them one by one while testing the backend performance after each activation. This will help you identify if any specific plugin is causing the slowdown.

    2. Server Resources: Check if your server has sufficient resources to handle the website’s traffic and workload. If you are on shared hosting, it’s possible that other sites on the same server are affecting your site’s performance. Consider upgrading your hosting plan or switching to a more powerful hosting provider if needed.

    3. Database Optimization: Optimize your WordPress database to improve query performance.

    4. Security Audit: Sometimes, malicious bots or attacks can overload your server, leading to 503 errors. Consider performing a security audit to identify and mitigate any potential threats.

    5. Database Queries: Analyze the database queries executed by your site and identify any slow or resource-intensive queries. Plugins like Query Monitor can help you with this.

    After implementing these steps, retest your site and see if the performance improves.

    Hope this helps.

    Best Regards,
    8Theme’s Team

  • Viewing 2 results - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.Log in/Sign up

We're using our own and third-party cookies to improve your experience and our website. Keep on browsing to accept our cookie policy.