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  1. Mark elayan
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    Am running a blog site, am hosting on godaddy ( this is wrong and I know it), the website server response is 2.3 s and I think it's very bad, and the total time to open home page is almost 12 s+ I tried using pingdome and google page speed, I deleted all the advertisement and installed ewww something for the images, now the total page download on startup is 1.5mgb instead of 1.8 but still as slow...

    I tried w3c or caching but it's making everything worse, I started to have clitches and some kind of problems in the back end and it's actually get the site faster in 1-2 seconds only, and the minify in the plugin I don't know how to turn it off because it's using a lotttt of js resources...

    My site is: http://goingtothai.com could anyone take a look and tell me some tips maybe it's something I do?

    If there is a need to reinstall everything I don't mind of it would be better.

    Thanks

  2. leejosepho
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    If there is a need to reinstall everything I don't mind if it would be better.

    I do not know the best answer there, but I can share some of my own experience with a shared server:

    When I first began a year ago, adding a cache plugin really messed things up. Maybe I had chosen the wrong plugin or maybe I had not set it up correctly, but either that plugin or something else had scattered various folders and files on past (on behind) my public_html folder where not even I should ever need to go. My host then did a complete restoration from a backup, but that only made things a little better. So, I next had my entire account reset or "nuked" and then did the restoration once again. That helped, and now I do not mess with cache plugins at all since I suspect my low-cost hosting plan already does some kind of caching and I do not want things messed up again. Also, and while my host says I should never be concerned about any kind of "defrag", I do know recently having my public_html folder deleted and re-made so I could do a restoration of my own after messing things up rather badly in a different way a few weeks ago has certainly not hurt anything.

  3. Tara
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

  4. Mark elayan
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    THANKS A LOT, I WANTED to reset my hosting account since last week but am having almost 3000+ click per day, and i think this could have my resources down on the server..

    could anyone give me a good caching plugin that comes self ordered and already set the settings or one have easy settings?

  5. liton1980
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    I suggest you to use WP super cache which is so easy to set and speeds your website a lot. See more details about it here: http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-super-cache/

  6. Tara
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    I suggest you to use WP super cache

    It's already discussed in more deatials in link I listed in my previous reply: http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Optimization/Caching

  7. liton1980
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    Yes Tara you are right. I saw it and i have read those pages too and know it is discussed over there in details but i thought maybe the OP don't read all those pages and i mentioned it to give him a quick source for fixing his problem :)

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