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I'm experiencing slow load time on all my Wordpress sites? I don't have many plugins installed and they used to load faster...all are running latest version of WP and up to date on plugins, etc....Does it have anything to do with how many applications I have or memory issues? I have a cache plugin on all of them...Even my WP dashboard backend is super slow...it's driving me mental. I even disabled plugins but still slow...any help would be amazing...is there an upgrade or anything to help here?

wolverinesocceracadey.com is just one of my sites...thanks

asked 08 Mar '13, 19:29

wesleysoccer
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Could I ask you to please log a support ticket with us? That way we can look into this issue in greater detail. Thanks, Wayne K, WebFaction Support.

(08 Mar '13, 23:02) waynek

I have this problem also. I have no known plug-ins holding it up.

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answered 11 Aug '13, 07:04

Richard Ashwell
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This article is very useful: 15 Easy Ways To Speed Up WordPress

Section 3. Use an effective caching plugin - suggests downloading and installing W3 Total Cache

I have done this, enabling the Page Cache and Object Cache options. My refress time is now down from 19s to 10s.

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answered 11 Aug '13, 07:35

Richard Ashwell
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edited 11 Aug '13, 07:36

Thanks for the link. I would also suggest WebFaction's Advanced Wordpress Tips for those that may not already be using them.

(11 Aug '13, 07:48) aaront ♦♦

Thanks aaront. I have now added the recommended symbolic link app.

(11 Aug '13, 08:14) Richard Ashwell
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