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  1. jeffqc
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    hello
    my website load is very slow and i use Theme Spirit-of-Wordpress-version.1.0 with 13 Widgets
    I install those pluging to increase load speed gzip, php speedy, hyper cache, AskApache Crazy Cache, widget cache,
    WP CSS and WP smush it

  2. jeffqc
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    i forget my url is :
    http://www.tvqc.com/

  3. Jeffqc,

    That link took forever to initially reply to me. Once the page started loading the rest of the object did not take that long.

    Also the non-PHP content loads without any slowness for example:

    http://www.tvqc.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/conan_obrien_the_tonight_show_host-292x300.jpg
    http://www.tvqc.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/pfalardeau1-300x216.jpg

    So communication wise I think your server is fine. There is a lot of PHP work happening on that page so it might be a PHP slowness or mysql slowness.

    Give this a try.

    1. Backup your files and database (safety nets are your friend).

    2. Insert into your wp-content/themes/Spirit-of-Wordpress-version.1.0/footer.php file these lines right underneath the line with wp_footer() in it:

    <!-- <?php echo get_num_queries(); ?> queries. <?php timer_stop(1); ?> seconds. -->
    
    <!-- Page generated on <?php echo date('l jS \of F Y h:i:s A e'); ?> -->

    The first line will just tell you how many db queries WordPress made and how long it took to make them. The second line is to tell you when that HTML code was generated. You are using a caching plugin so sometimes it helps to see when the page was created.

    3. Wipe out any cached pages you cave. You are using a fork of WP Super Cache which I am not familiar with but it should be able to clear that cache.

    4. Now load up your URL on your browser and once the page completes, look at the page's source and see how long it took to create that page.

    If the number of seconds in the HTML is great, try disabling all of your plugins, wipe out that cache again, and reload the page. That should give you a base line for how long WordPress takes without any of those plugins.

    If anything goes grossly wrong, just restore the backups from step #1 and you will be back where you started.

  4. jeffqc
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    mmm as i see the time it took to load seem to come from Gzip compression!
    when i disable GZIP Output the site is becoming kinda faster and it seem to have an issue with super cache as well ;s

  5. jeffqc
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    i use http://tools.pingdom.com/ to test load speed

  6. I just tried loading your page and it was demonstrably faster this time. Have you disabled some of those cache plugins?

  7. jeffqc
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    yeap i disable g-zip, disable wp supercache and enable hyper cach and ask apache crazy cache. But i really have some issue with compress files and php minify script.
    now it a little bit faster but still definitely slower than a snail :s

  8. jeffqc
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    si do you se any difference now? on pingdoem im doing 10 seconde load time now!

  9. Just tried it from a PC that never visited your site. The whole page loaded in less than 10 seconds.

    I think this means that your page is "cured" now. :)

  10. jeffqc
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    then it become very slow again without reason :(

  11. Weird. You may have problems with your hosting. I just tried and the home page was very quick.

  12. jeffqc
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    i dont know what the hell is happening but i kinda angry about this stuation :s

    one day the host is lightning fast and another day it just slower than a snail :s

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