Support » Plugin: YUZO » Disable admin-ajax.php calls

  • Resolved nicolaottomano

    (@nicolaottomano)


    Hi,
    I see the new version adds an admin-ajax.php call for statistics purpose.

    While it could be useful for some users, it adds lot of overhead due to uncacheable calls. This leads also in slow page loadings.

    Please see the following GTmetrix Waterfall report:
    https://gtmetrix.com/reports/www.nicolaottomano.it/NbGF71Sf#waterfall

    As you can see, the admin-ajax.php call initiated by action=yuzo-save-view&post_id=4743&nonce=ec4fb2e44e&others=%7B%22is_logged%22%3A%220%22%7D, being not cacheable, requires a large mount of time.

    For performance reasons, I’m asking to you if there is a way to prevent the plugin (maybe a flag somewhere?) to call admin-ajax.php?

    Best regards,

    Nicola

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  • Plugin Contributor Lenin Zapata ☄

    (@ilenstudio)

    Hello 👋🏼, that process is done to be able to count the views per page, it is a natural feature of the plugin because it is how it works for future statistics that will be implemented.

    Now I have an idea of how to make this process take a little less and be faster, in 2 versions later I will try it 👨🏻‍💻. However you can always trust Yuzo Pro, this allows you to disable visits and this process will not be executed.

    hope I could help you with this information.

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