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  • #13145

    rafa0192
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    i tested my site using p3 profiler to see which plugin is using a too much resources and i found out that this plugin is using more than normal.

    here are the results 21% of the resources

    View post on imgur.com

    #13227

    Kyle
    Member

    Hello rafa0192,

    Thanks for the information :)

    I will have a look to see what could be causing this issue for you and I will get back to you early next week.

    #13321

    rafa0192
    Participant

    also i deleted some plugins that i dont need but your plugin is crucial for my site.

    here is another test when i deleted non needed plugins

    View post on imgur.com

    as you can see it use a lot of resources , hopefully you and your team can fix it.

    #13421

    Kyle
    Member

    Thanks for the additional information. We will have a look at what could be causing these results and how to fix them. To help us do this can you answer these questions?

    • How many posts do you have on your site?
    • Hoe much traffic do you get per day?
    #13445

    rafa0192
    Participant

    i havnt launched my site , im still testing , no traffic at all.

    #13453

    Kyle
    Member

    Ok great :) Thanks for the information. We will be releasing an update tomorrow for WP Recent Posts Pro to help with the issues you are experiencing.

    #13519

    Kyle
    Member

    We just released an update to WP Recent Posts Pro version 2.0.2. Please update to the latest version when you get a chance.

    #13936

    rafa0192
    Participant

    it is still using the same amount of resources

    #13938

    Kyle
    Member

    Thanks for letting me know that you are still having these resource issues.

    Since Recent Posts Pro does display images on your site the P3 Profiler plugin could be recognizing the image load time as a resource load, not an actual processing load.

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