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  • Dear Team

    It is been a tiresome experience since i updated wordpress latest version. The backend takes forever to load and unable to upload a plugin. This wasn’t the case before. Hence downgraded to ver 6.3 with immediate effect. Now it seems to be loading fine.

    Any insights as to why this happens. ? The plugins i have is mentioned below with system information

    I bid you all a good day

    Version:	6.3.2	
    Site URL:		
    Home URL:		
    WP Multisite:	No	
    Max Upload Size:	512 MB	
    Memory limit:	40M	
    Max Memory limit:	1G	
    Permalink Structure:	/%postname%/	
    Language:	en-US	
    Timezone:	Asia/Colombo	
    Admin Email:	
    Debug Mode:	Active
    Advanced Custom Fields PRO - 6.2.2	By WP Engine	
    Asset CleanUp Pro: Page Speed Booster -	By Gabe Livan	
    Classic Editor - 1.6.3	By WordPress Contributors	
    Elementor - 3.17.3	By	
    Elementor Pro - 3.17.1	By	
    Google Language Translator - 6.0.19	By Translate AI Multilingual Solutions	
    Happy Elementor Addons -	By weDevs	
    Happy Elementor Addons Pro - 2.9.1	By weDevs	
    Header Footer Code Manager - 1.1.36	By 99robots	
    NKAR Hotel Room Pricing - 1.6.1	By Hasi Weragala	
    Rank Math SEO - 1.0.206	By Rank Math	
    Sucuri Security - Auditing, Malware Scanner and Hardening - 1.8.39	By Sucuri Inc.	
    Thim Core - 2.2.7	By ThimPress	
    UpdraftPlus - Backup/Restore -	By UpdraftPlus.Com, DavidAnderson	
    Wordfence Security - 7.9.3	By Wordfence	
    WordPress WhatsApp Support - 2.4.1	By WeCreativez	
    WP Hotel Booking - 2.0.5	By ThimPress	
    WP Rocket - 3.13.4	By WP Media

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  • Take a look with 6.4.1 under Tools > Site Health – are there any anomalies there?

    Deactivate all plugins as a test and then activate them again bit by bit. The reason may also be that one of the plugins is incompatible with the new version of WordPress.

    Thread Starter Hasi Weragala



    Already did that sir but no avail. This happens not only in one site but in all of our sites. Can’t be a plugin issue since it works fine when wp is downgraded.

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 3 days ago by Hasi Weragala. Reason: spelling correction

    Unfortunately, you didn’t answer my first question.

    Another thought: change the theme to a standard theme.

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