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NOTICE: We've Moved to a Ticket System for Support

As of August 31, 2017 (12am EST) our support forums will be retired (read-only), and we will be moving to a support ticket system.  This will allow us to better organize and answer support requests, and provide a more personalized experience as we assist our customers.

For the time being, we will leave our forums open for reading and learning while we work on creating a more robust Knowledge Base for everyone to use.

If you are a WC Vendors Pro customer please open a support ticket here. 

If you are a WC Vendors user please open a support ticket on the Wordpress.org forums.

The information on this forum is outdated and in most instances no longer relevant. Please be sure to check our documentation for the most up to date information.

https://docs.wcvendors.com/

Thank you to all of our customers!

 

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  • #9516
    Srinivas
    Participant

    While Congratulating the developer for the PRO RELEASE, and WISHING HIM ALL THE BEST. The Major Issue I have noticed with the use of WCVENDORS PLUGIN is it Eats Away Major Resources of Hosting, making your site load VERY SLOW.

    Use the P3 Plugin Profiler from GODADDY, and run the scan, after you install the WCVENDORS PLUGIN,

    WC Vendors Plugin Issue

    This image is when the WCVENDORS is active

    WC Vendors Plugin Issue

    & This image is when the WCVENDORS is deactivated

    WC Vendors Plugin Issue

    • This topic was modified 7 years, 4 months ago by Srinivas.
    #9518
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    P3 Performance Profile is an EXCELLENT plugin if you are bad at statistical math.

    Why?

    It doesnt give you any useful data.

    All it shows you is that out of all the things your page needed to load, WC Vendors too up about 70% of those resource loading times. And then it puts it in a fancy pie chart so you think you can see what plugins are “hurting” you performance-wise. Very useless!

    What it does not do, is tell you a pie chart of what percentage of the page requires a plugin and then show performance data vs that chart. Look at all the other plugins you have — they all do basically nothing. ?

    If you disabled WC Vendors, all of a sudden your pie chart would show WooCommerce as taking up 40% of the pie chart. Does that mean WooCommerce is slow? No!

    If you want to test performance, test load times. ( tools.pingdom.com/fpt/ ). Or, better yet, install “Query Monitor” plugin from the free wordpress repository. That will tell you what SQL queries are slow, and that’s what actually impacts your site loading time.

    You should safely uninstall P3, delete it, burn it, and send it to its grave. ? Query Monitor will be much more useful for you.

    Cheers

    #9532
    Srinivas
    Participant

    Thanks Ben, for an insanely fast response 🙂

    Well I am big fan of WCVENDORS, but the P3 Plugin output is very SCARY.

    I will check out the options, given by you, and will update in this forum.

    Thanks again.

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