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[resolved] [Plugin: Cleeng Content Monetization] Cleeng is making my blog too slow (4 posts)

  1. criscoutinho
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello!

    I just installed the Cleeng Plugin in my blog and i noticed that it made the blog around 1,5 sec slower.

    Can i do anything to avoid this?

    Thanks

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/cleeng/

  2. Donald Res
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi,

    This is Donald from Cleeng. Hopefully I can help you.

    Can you share a link of your blog so we can have a look?

    We put enormous effort in our platform to have fast validation of access for content around the world. Is the 1.5 second happening on a page when you are logged in to Cleeng? Or is it for every page - even if you are a fresh visitor - that is loaded from your blog?

    If you can give us some specifics, we can hopefully solve this for you.

    Thanks!

  3. criscoutinho
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi Donald,

    thanks for your answer.

    My site is http://www.crisconsult.com I use pingdom.com to analyse the load time. When I deactivated the Cleeng plug-in the load time was 2s in average; i've just activated Cleeng again and load time is now frequently above 4s.

    The file that takes more time to load is: client.en_US.js?ver=3.4.1

    You can see this result if you test the site in: http://tools.pingdom.com

    Let me know if you need any extra information and thanks a lot for your help.

  4. Donald Res
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi Cristina,

    The pingdom service looks at how long it takes for all individual files to load. Though what is more important is the time it takes for a user to "see" the full page...e.g. the user experience. Like with many sites/applications - also with Cleeng - some files are loaded after the page is displayed. This file (client.en_US.js) is such file. So even when it has some delay in loading - it will not affect the page from displaying quickly.

    Some more details: currently there is some logic in this file (client.en_US.js) - and therefore it is generated from our "root" servers in W-Europe. It is fast from Europe and East-coast - but we are aware of some extra delay (due to SSL roundtrip) from locations further away. And rather sooner than later this file will also be available be loaded directly from our caching network - so loading time of this specific file will further decrease around the world (even it is not affecting the display of the pages).

    Hopefully this answers your question.

    Donald

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