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Fatal error – Can't access dashboard

  • Hi! I recently updated my blog, and it ran okay (very slow, but otherwise ok) for the first couple days, but for some reason I am getting this message when I try accessing my dashboard:

    Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in D:\Hosting\6603132\html\wp-content\themes\prophoto4\classes\remoteFiles.php on line 45

    Also, my blog is loading EXTREMELY slowly now, and sometimes only part of the content shows up, especially my fixed sidebar on the right side.

    http://laurenraephotoblog.com is my website, and I’m using ProPhoto4 for my theme.

    Help? Suggestions?

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  • Just my opinion, but I think you are loading far too many images on your page. Not only is is taking an extremely long time to load, but the viewer has to scroll a lot to see it all.

    Many articles I have read on site optimization recommend limiting the number of http requests as a very important step in managing site load time. Each image uses an http request, so it is not only the size of the images, but also the number.

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