Support » Plugin: Duplicate Page » Duped pages extremely slow to load

  • I normally use the ‘Duplicate Post’ plugin, but this time I thought I’d try a new one as the client needs it specifically for duplicating one particular page, once a month. I thought a plugin named ‘Duplicate page’ might be less confusing than one named ‘Duplicate Post’.

    I’m using the Valkyrie theme. Test page is a WPBakery page with two blog post scrollers on it.

    If you duplicate this page using this plugin, the duped page takes 10x longer to load than the original. Original loads (without caching) in about 5 seconds. The duped version takes over 60 seconds to load.

    • This topic was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by  thoughton.
    • This topic was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by  thoughton.
    • This topic was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by  Jan Dembowski. Reason: Deleted reference to other plugin
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  • Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    @thoughton Thanks for the review but please keep it to your words here only. No links or links to images. That’s not permitted in reviews and I have removed yours.

    Do not use a review in one plugin to promote another. That’s not cool and I have removed that part of your review.

    Pretty sure I didn’t link any text or images in my review.

    I am not promoting anything. You should be sure of your facts before you accuse people of things. I have no connection to Duplicate post plugin or the author beyond being a satisfied user.

    Good job on the moderation! WordPress is lucky to have you.

    @thoughton yes, you had a link, when I posted my comment, anyways, not relevant. Hope this gets some checks from the community leaders, since the author’s support seems to be inexitent.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    Good job on the moderation! WordPress is lucky to have you.

    Really? Why thank you. You seem nice.

    I suggest you read this.

    https://wordpress.org/support/guidelines/

    Then read this.

    https://wordpress.org/support/forum-user-guide/faq/

    Particularly this part.

    https://wordpress.org/support/forum-user-guide/faq/#why-are-links-not-allowed-in-reviews

    You referenced another plugin in this review. That’s not appropriate as this is a review for this plugin. This is feedback for this plugin. It’s not a place for you to say “I’m not happy with this plugin. Use plugin X instead.” Had that been the complete review then the review would have been archived and removed.

    This isn’t hard to understand.

    Hope this gets some checks from the community leaders, since the author’s support seems to be inexitent.

    @rwky Checks for what?

    Thanks for opining here but please be aware that support for a plugin or theme is 100% optional from the author. It always has been and always will be. While it is valid for a review to point out that the free, volunteer support from an author on their own time may be lacking, I hope no one thinks that they’re entitled to even a reply from an author. They’re not.

    There are no customers here, just opensource users of code. There are no companies here, just people who have contributed their opensource code and time. Commercial, pro, refund conversations have no place in these forums.

    While this review is only about the free version, had it been about the pro version that would have been alright too. When a plugin or theme upsells either here or in the user’s dashboard then that feedback is permitted.

    The author does upsell but don’t mistake them as a “company” here. They are not. They’re volunteers just like yourself.

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