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    (@alriksson)


    How does it work, does it pre insert or insert with php script upon each query? Interested to know since I do not want php workers to focus on phrasing this I want them to deliver pages real users asks for.

    Performance question, thanks!

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  • Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    The plugin hooks onto the_post filter and changes the content. If you have a caching plugin it will probably be cached.

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    (@alriksson)

    Okay, why don’t preload this and not do changes upon requests of pages? Once a page is edited check and insert. There are other hooks you can use for that.

    Do you mean opcache or just normal cache? Yes, I do but I prefer to have things runs smooth and good without cache and then cache add an extra layer to perform better. SHould not rely on the cache that heavily.

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    Sorry, this is just the way the plugin is coded. Normal cache.

    Okay, that answers my question, But no plan improving the plugin from this angle? The only thing I need is allowing rel=”nofollow” to the rel tags when using target=”_blank” which is removed by a php script from wp core. To the favor of adding rel=”noopener noreferrer” but do not take what the link included into consideration.

    But may I ask why not preload/scan everything? and the listen to the modify filter to reload a new post/page?

    Can I change internal to external or remove it from specific link paths?

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    There’s no “real” reason for it. It’s just the way the plugin is coded. Can’t give you a better answer. At some point, we’ll refactor it, but don’t have plans for it before October.

    Okay thanks for the information.

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