Display memory, page load time, average load time and query count in the footer of your site.
I had some kludge code in place to do this on other web sites, but when I came across this quick plugin, I tossed my code and replaced with this throughout.
Off to look at the GIT repository - would like to make this show up under administrator login only.
Am using another plugin (P) to show queries, plugins and run-time loads, wish it had individual page load times like this plugin! Hopefully the author will double check and make this compatible with the latest release of WP.
Thanks for the great plugin!
This is a must-have tool. I can analyze how many query run on the single page or the max memory usage in real time.
Thank you Mike,
This plugin is fantastic. It's perfect for judging the changes I make to my MySQL configuration and plugin load time changes.
Perfect. Gave me just the info I Needed to find a problem plugin.
Useful to have.
Works perfectly and is extremely useful for development. On the first time using, it helped me literally cut the number of queries on a page down by 50%.
I wanted something to benchmark whether a plugin or function had an effect on my load times. This tells you the number of queries and the average load time if you keep refreshing the page. It's great!
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