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Jetpack by WordPress.com

Increase your traffic, view your stats, speed up your site, and protect yourself from hackers with Jetpack.

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599 reviews
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very nice
By , for WP 4.5.1

Thanks for making this awesome plugin

Useful plugin
By , for WP 4.5.1

Very useful plugin

Thanks a lot for developers

4.0.2 ok for me ;-)
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Thank's JP guys !!!

All white after update
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After updating to 4.0...

Browsers all white, renamed plugin with FTP site back... have to deactivate Jetpack... :-(

Not Bad
By , for WP 4.5

Jetpacks "Not Bad", which is Australian for "Pretty Good"

Bug with the latest jetpack update
By , for WP 4.5

I updated this plugin and i got white pages. No content.
I unactived this plugin and my site went back.
If i reactivate the plugin : The jetpack server can't communicate with the site's XML-RPC URL after update -> it's a bug , so white page !...
my rmlrpc.php is ok and run fine ....

Php 7.

site white no content since update
By , for WP 4.5

I uopdated this plugin and i got white pages. No content.
I unactived this plugin and my site went back. I think there's something wrong with the update.

Great plugin - update doesn't work for me though :/
By , for WP 4.5

I have used this plugin on a range of websites over time.

    Unfortunately the latest update results in a 500 error (I have identified that it is the jetpack plugin).

    Not sure what went wrong, but hopefully it gets fixed soon! It had been really good :)

Speeds up my website
By , for WP 4.5

Thanks for getting my page to load faster with Photon :)

Excellent
By , for WP 4.5

Excellent plugin, but I'm not really sure if it is faster with the offloading as I now can see the images "appear" in the browser (before they just were there). But on the other hand I have some issues when the site is under heavy load (multi site) and I think that in extreme cases the CDN will improve loading times but when there are fewer visitors I'm not 100% sure which is fastest (local cache vs CDN). I run cache with CDN too of course :-)

I didnt run a pagespeed insights before/after, also I dont know if the CDN is "on demand" (when are they loaded to the CDN?). One of my sites has about 4000 articles with maybe 4-5 pictires in each.. The others have much less, maybe 140 in one of them and maybe 400 in one (3-4 images in each).

I think the HTTP offload is the most important factor of the CDN for me though, as a webserver can only handle so and so many request per second and with CDN I can then minimize this quite a bit.

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