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  • Resolved richard



    I love this SEO plugin, thanks!

    I must admit, ive come across something thats really weird – ive had to install a plugin, Transients manager – apparently we have hundreds of them, all linked up. Its really odd, mostly they are:

    2077452 tsf_7_11_ldjs_month_11_17_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2077416 tsf_7_11_ldjs_month_12_15_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2077354 tsf_7_11_ldjs_post_6731_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2077346 tsf_7_11_ldjs_pos_tag_111_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2077212 tsf_7_11_ldjs_pos_tag_56_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2077187 tsf_7_11_ldjs_pos_tag_163_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2077017 tsf_7_11_ldjs_pos_tag_222_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2077007 tsf_7_11_ldjs_post_4871_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2077001 tsf_7_11_ldjs_post_7120_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2076984 tsf_7_11_ldjs_pos_tag_185_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2076980 tsf_7_11_ldjs_pos_tag_146_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2076976 tsf_7_11_ldjs_pos_tag_292_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2076787 tsf_7_11_ldjs_pos_tag_236_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete
    2076746 tsf_7_11_ldjs_pos_tag_141_1_en_us 6 days Edit | Delete

    Most of them are just blank, but some are like:

    <script type=”application/ld+json”>{“@context”:”;,”@type”:”BreadcrumbList”,”itemListElement”:[{“@type”:”ListItem”,”position”:1,”item”:{“@id”:……………………..

    Therefore, could this be the The SEO Framework create hundreds of extra Transients ? Any information would be welcome, thank you.

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  • Plugin Author Sybre Waaijer


    Hi Richard,

    Cheers 🙂

    You can find the toggle for these transients on the SEO Settings page under General -> Performance. The option is called “Enable automated output cache?”.

    Generating the scripts used to take up a lot of server resources, especially on older PHP versions. Via the transient cache, I store the result of the scripts in the database, which used to be accessible more quickly than generating the new script.

    I resolved this issue a long time ago, but the option still there; although disabled by default.

    The indexes are composed like this:


    They last for seven days, after which WordPress automatically clears them during a CRON job.

    So, when you disable the option, these options will be removed automatically 🙂

    I hope this clears things up!

    Thanks Sybre. Will it make much difference if i turn it off though?

    Plugin Author Sybre Waaijer


    No problem! And no, it won’t make a notable or even measurable difference for most sites.

    You can see the generation time annotated beneath the meta tags, so you can see what works best for your website:

    <!-- End The SEO Framework by Sybre Waaijer | 0.00190s -->

    For sites using PHP 7 and higher, the plugin only adds 1 to 5ms (excluding boot time).

    Hi Sybre,

    Im just trying to “slim” down the site; so even just a very small amount, may help. Ive turned it off, will see what happens over the next week.

    Thanks for the help!

    Plugin Author Sybre Waaijer


    Hi Richard,

    I think most transients have cleared by now. Do you have any other questions regarding this subject?

    Hi Sybre,

    It looks like most of it is clearing today – almost down to 230. Thanks for the help 🙂

    Plugin Author Sybre Waaijer


    That’s good to hear! 🙂 Cheers!

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