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Caching to improve performance?

  • We’re using the plugin on an education website, and it’s really been working out well – thank you for this!

    One thing we’ve noticed is that once we get a fair number of pages in the site, pageloads slow right down. It appears to be related to building the menu on every page load. We have 189 pages in a hierarchical structure, and there is sometimes a several second lag before a page loads. Turning off the widget for this plugin solves the problem (but then we can’t navigate the site…)

    Do you have any suggestions for possibly caching the menu tree?

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  • Joe Banks
    Member

    @empathik

    I would concur on this feature request! As our sites’ page counts increase to > about 100 – 200 pages, the sites being to slow down considerably.

    This plugin is a Top 10 for usefulness!

    Solsikken
    Member

    @solsikken

    Awesome plugin, love it!

    But same problem here – takes ten seconds to load a page, so it is practically useless.

    Hope to see it speeding up 🙂

    Joe Banks
    Member

    @joenasagrc

    +1

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