Support » Plugin: WooCommerce » How to find which plugin loaded get_refreshed_fragments?

  • Resolved cheonmu



    Nowadays, i tested my website using IE11 and i found ?wc-ajax=get_refreshed_fragments load too slow.

    Unfortunately, Most of people still using IE11 in my country then i want to fix this problem.

    I checked about get_refreshed_fragments using Pingdom , Webpagetest, Gtmetrix and Chrome developer tools.

    But i cant found which plugin loaded that clearly.

    I Just saw lots of cookie and “time=1562871719902” in get_refreshed_fragments.

    Please let me know how do i find that.

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  • Hi there,

    If you want to find out which plugin is loading get_refreshed_fragments, I’ll recommend you to test for the conflicts. Try disabling all of your plugins except WooCommerce. Then try testing again to see if the issue persists. If that resolves your issue, enable each plugin one by one while continuing to test until you find the plugin that causes the issue.

    If you don’t want to do this on your live site, you can clone your site to a staging environment, where you can test without affecting your users.

    If your host doesn’t provide staging facilities, a simple way to do it is using the free WP Staging plugin:

    I hope this helps! Let us know if you still need help after this process.

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