Support » Plugin: Query Monitor » Unable to View Query Monitor on Frontend

  • Resolved johnnydanger27

    (@johnnydanger27)


    I’m having an issue where I can’t view anything from QM on the frontend. I can view everything on the backend, but when on the frontend I see QM in the toolbar, I try to click on something (Slow Queries) for example, but get nothing. I can see the #qm-query-expensive slug when hovering but nothing occurs on click.

    No javascript or jQuery warnings… nothing. Not sure how to proceed.

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  • Plugin Author John Blackbourn

    (@johnbillion)

    WordPress Core Developer

    If you view the source code of the page, can you see any of QM’s HTML output at the bottom?

    Does the page generate an unusually large number of database queries?

    Does it affect all pages on the front end or only certain pages?

    Can you try switching to one of the default themes to see if the problem goes away? Also try deactivating your plugins one by one to see if any of them are causing a problem.

    johnnydanger27

    (@johnnydanger27)

    I believe I see all of the QM source code.

    My query count is 166 queries in 2.217 seconds (Note the timing, which is what I am hoping to fix with your plugin)

    All pages from what I can tell.

    I can’t do so in this moment. Will have to wait until the middle o the night when customers are sleeping.

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