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Wished everything came deactivated upon fresh install though. Otherwise, I think it's smart to roll so much cool stuff into one Automattic maintained plugin.
I always liked Jetpaqck. The only thing that I believe they should do is to leave the modules deactivated and leave the users to activate what they like, but for the rest, I consider it the best plugin for wordpress.
Works i want, most recommend plugin for WordPress
Gives me all the wordpress goodness i here itself in selfhosted installation.
Great plugin, we've been using it for day to day analytics as it's much simpler than Google Analytics.
But today while I was tweaking the site I noticed a wee smiley at the bottom of the page. I immediately panicked thinking we've been hacked. I quick search told me it was Jetpack Stats!
Maybe it should default to Off?
Keep up the good work! :)
On self hosted wordpress, It slows down admin panel. It needs improvements. Otherwise 5 stars.
Yes, I too had to remove this plugin because of the incredible load that it put on my sites. I enjoyed the features and everything worked very well, it's just that my visitors didn't like sitting and waiting for pages to finish loading. Resource Hog.
This all-in-one plugin maybe will be heplful to many people and a waste of time to other, but anyway I reccomend to test it and see what it could do for your site. Only for statistics, I prefer Statpress or other.
Este plugin todo-en-uno puede ser útil para mucha gente y una pérdida de tiempo para otra, pero en cualquier caso recomiendo probarlo y ver lo que puede hacer por tu web. Por las estadísticas, prefiero Statpress u otro.
I trying to use JetPack on a new website I was working on and it said
"Connect to WordPress.com to use JetPack fully etc… " I only wanted the sharing part of the plugin. So I didn't really need to connect to WordPress.com So I clicked the clear x to hide the message. The tooltip told me this would also deactivate the plugin.
1. Why would not wanting to connect to WordPress.com make me deactivate all the plugin features that didn't require WordPress.com account?
2. The plugin didn't deactivate as the tool tip suggests it also doesn't hide the notice box.
Every 6 months or so I install Jetpack just to see what has been happening with it's development and every six months. I end up saying.
I wish I could love this plugin
and then I delete the plugin from my server.
ps. I did try this on two different servers run by two different server companies and the results were exactly the same…
The only drawback to Jetpack is it is a resource hog. I had to remove this plugin from all of my sites until the high resource usage has settled a bit. I have one site of full dedicated server, and have been told by hosting as well Godaddys plugin p3 profiler not to use this. Now honestly If anyone could trust anything godaddy ever said or done, then i'd follow it. But when the hosting company im with said that it pulled way too much of my site and we compared stats, it is true. 80% of the wordpress site was used by jetpack with minimal of the additions it comes with turned on.
I hope this one day gets better as jetpack is an awesome plugin, if you have some severe hosting or dedicated servers.
Much props to the creators as once again, i'm going to install this plugin and try a work around on resources.
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