First, thanks for developing a great plugin.
I think that WP User Frontend might be causing some slow page load times on my website. I’ve confirmed this by activating/deactivating the plugin: when I deactivate WP User Frontend, pages load quickly; when I activate the plugin, though, all pages (not just the frontend posting, dashboard, and profile editing pages) start loading really slowly.
I’m wondering if the problem has to do with the number of blog posts (7,000+) as well as blog post contributors and editors (15,000+) that I have. I noticed that the slowdown started happening after I imported these users and blog posts.
Any thoughts on what I might try to address the slowness issue? I tried adjusting the memory_limit, execution_time, and max_input_time values in my .htaccess file, but that didn’t work. Any help would be much appreciated.
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