May 24, 2016 at 11:05 am #186191crestfalleenParticipant
First off, thanks for any help.
I'm using Agentpress Pro, building a Woocommerce site.
I'm working on my website and just recently it started to slow down a great deal. It takes 30 sec to a minute 30 or so to load a page. I notice it more on the backend because that's where I'm working at the moment, but it's similar on the front end. I installed and ran P3 to check my plugins, but can't really tell what to do besides deactivating plugin by plugin and seeing what's going on, and not sure if that would work either. Below are the results of the scan. The largest user is something labeled '0,' but not sure what that is. Woocommerce is using a lot too, but I have to have that. Other things I could take off if need be. I installed WP Cache and so far that's helping a little on the front end.
I've deleted a few plugins that I added recently and have de-activated the ones that have been modified (looked in my ftp to see which ones) in the past few days, and it is still very slow. I've tried to test it on Pingdom and did get some leads there, but I have no clue what to do with them. I'm using Visual Composer with an extension to tweak my product page in Woocommerce and that is one of the issues in the results. The other issue is 'wpb woocommerce product slider,' but both of theme seem to be issue related to font awesome.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
http://store.rgm.meMay 24, 2016 at 10:07 pm #186232ChristophMember
well the errors / 0 B you are seeing are caused by using store.rgm.me and loading the resources from rgm.me/Store2015
All modern browsers will block loading those resources.
It´s called Cross-Origin Resource Sharing Policy.
For some background:
You will need to add some code to the .htaccess file to allow access.
May 25, 2016 at 8:06 am #186253DerekMember
Are you using cloudflare.com by any chance? It helps and the free account is good.
Do you know if your web host was doing any server updates or had issues lately?
For plugins, myself, I remove plugins that are not compatible with the latest WordPress version. Sometimes I'll email the plugin author to ask if the plugin will get updated or at least change things so wordpress.org says it's compatible if no updates needed.
~’;’~June 1, 2016 at 2:38 pm #186711crestfalleenParticipant
Thank you for all the help. I have been out of the office the past few days, but just got back to looking at this and fixed the CORS issue and it works a lot faster. Thank you Christoph. As for the other things, I checked Derek and the other things did not apply to the situation. Thanks both of you.
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