I purchased 8theme’s Woopress and from the start this is a very slow site especially from witin the wp-admin site. It’s hard to edit and VC stalls often. Looking for problems I found ** banner-img-34.jpg?id=15313 in style.css. Why is it linked? The file doesn’t exist on you server so it results in slower loading times.
I suspect resolving this will not result in high impact on speed.
I also deactivated Screets Chat because this plugin costed 7 seconds loading time.
Some recomendations about ajax and heartbeat interfall increasement, by Eva were also implemented;
PHP memory was increased to 128MB but phpinfo() still gives 40 MB available. The provider claims 128 MB is the max and needs not to be set.
Do you have any ideas how to find the bottlenecks? It is the same problem on different networks/providers/browsers/OS/machines.
Thanks in advance,
GerhardSite URL: hidden Theme version: woopress WooCommerce version: 2.4.10
Slow loading is also present with default WordPress theme.
– shop page with default theme https://gyazo.com/d2421b294f58a75b680d9f9a2268e414 – 2.57s
with our theme https://gyazo.com/fc534019b388b69bb2bd66993ae90735 – 3.01s
– home page, default theme – https://gyazo.com/b3116c3a748b7bb917fbe84859d7f401 – 2.91s
WooPress theme – https://gyazo.com/b5e66774248d1bfbbf9ff9c01c15fa31 – 4.41s
You can speed up the site following the suggestions from these articles:
It is not only long loading time but during editing more much time more sending than receiving.
I thought maybe you experience see the same and tell what is the cause. It is hardly doable to edit on the admin site. Did you or your colleague log in?
The other question is still open: about the found ** banner-img-34.jpg?id=15313 in style.css. Why is it linked? The file doesn’t exist on you server so it results in slower loading times. Is the code all that clean?
At this moment the site is not working anymore since 2 hours. I don’t know who changed what but I was editing .htaccess to add php_value memory_limit 128M, recommended by my host because similar statements in the wp-config.php did not result in more php memory.
Hopefully you can help,
The server error was due that the .htaccess file was incorrectly edited by myself (I think).
The site is on line again but I still have the same abnormal responsetimes when trying to edit the site in de wp-admin site. The circular arrow in chrome often turns counterclockwise for more than 60 seconds and after that sometimes for 20 seconds clockwise, after a save or update command. Do you have the same in our wp-admin site?
2nd: how do I get new code without the link to the file on your servers? ( ** banner-img-34.jpg?id=15313 in style.css)
I tried almost everything, but nothing really helps. Certain settings don’t reflect in options(php) or woocomerce report. Some settings keep wishes because the host doesn’t allow it or has the engines/plugins.
Logged in as an admin the site is pretty slow when viewing only. Editing though in the wp-admin side is for me a disaster. It is so slow that I wait more than I edit and unfortunately impatiency wins sometimes and then I press another link to soon so the previous edit gets lost.
I would really like it if one of you logs in and tries something with vc in the front side and with editing/customizing the theme; the “clock” in chrome turns counterclockwise for more than 30 seconds and than 10 second clockwise. I have the feeling there is something wrong with the server or database connection.
Initially somebody created a new database for this site. Are there specific actions to be taken (apart form the credentials) after switching to a new database?
Best regardsSite URL: hidden Theme version: woopress 2.71 WooCommerce version: 2.4.12
The database server is a shared hosting server, so I cannot influence the php parameters.
Do you mean check the database servers or the webservers errorlog. These are separated at my host.
No issues in the access logs found. What I did and helped a little bit so far is:
-making different users for different admins;
-do nog log on different locations with the same name (force logout in profile helps)
-do not log in twice in the same webbrowser (allthough this is easey for checking effects of an edit and copy and paste actions) -> take for instance chrome and IE to do that and there is no issue;
-don’t let the logged in admin try to buy something and let it in the cart forever!;
-remove the add to cart in theme options shop while you are building up the site and make various edits;
above two must have to do something wit AJAX……php which is grouding the serverperformance
-temporarily switch off autosave by placing in wp-config.php:
// ** Autosave tijd van een dag kijken of dit beter wordt ** //
which is a day so almost never
-temporarily switch off automatic tasks by placing in wp-config.php:
/** Weer veranderen als er automatisch gechecked moet worden. */
which stops automatic tasks/checks like autosave, cart updates, update checks etc.
Now I have the feeling I do not have to move to another server or do a complete reinstall (for now) and I can reasonably edit things, allthough in IE11 with the wrong fonts. I still have the feeling that uploading a command or changed page/post and filling the database is a bottleneck.
Thanks anyway for the help and I hope above are some helpfull recommendations for others suffering with low performance. If I recommended wrong things please edit them and notify me so that we do not make a wrong change/choice.
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