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Woocommerce Hosting Problem Please HELP ASAP

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by BIGSAM155, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. BIGSAM155

    BIGSAM155 Newbie

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    Hi!
    I was working on developing a small website which provides video games for dogecoin, I've successfully managed to launch the website 2 days ago but i had many complaints about the website being very slow when loading !!!
    I'm using jdrhost Silver plan to host the website , i tried to contact them about the host problem but their answer wasn't really helpful as they suggested that I remove woocommerce because it might be causing this problem !
    I would like to know what makes my website loading slow! is it really woocommerce or is it the host provider ?
    what can i do to fix this problem ?
    if the problem is coming from my host, do you suggest that i use a VPS ? can you mention a good (cheap) shared host or vps that can run my website without problems ?
    PLease help me as soon as possible !
    I couldn't post the link to my website but you can find it using Google just type in Gamerzheat

    Let me know if you find any other problem / bug and how was the loading time
    Any help is much appreciated
    Thank you !
     
  2. Porphyrogenitus

    Porphyrogenitus Junior Member

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    Before you jump into spending a lot of money on a new host, make sure it isn't a problem with the site itself. Open the developer console (ctr+shift+c), go to the audits tab, and hit "run". Chrome should give you a good picture as to why your site is performing slowly. You can also refresh the page with the networks tab open, it will tell you how long requests and individual items are taking to load. From there you can figure out what the problem is.
     
  3. rasix

    rasix BANNED BANNED

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    This might be server issue but if your site is built at any CMS, you can install cache plugin to speed up your site. For example for WordPress, W3 super cache plugin, install and turn on cache.
     
  4. BIGSAM155

    BIGSAM155 Newbie

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    Thank you for you're reply !
    I ran the developer console and here is the resault !
    What you think i should do ? 00.jpg
    can you please take a look at the website and let me know if it is very slow !
    Thank you again !
     
  5. mapp2819

    mapp2819 Regular Member

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    A cache plugin is a good idea. Test this on a backup development account if you can though to avoid any downtime on your site. A properly configured cache can increase speeds by up to 75%.

    Also, run the site through a couple of the website speed test tools (pingdom tools is a good one I've found), that may give you a better indication of what's slowing the site down. It could be a number of things though, heavy JS use, lots of non-optimised images, etc.
     
  6. BIGSAM155

    BIGSAM155 Newbie

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    I've already done that !
     
  7. baoxiao99

    baoxiao99 Newbie

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    you can try this google pagespeed insights tool, it will give you some hints about how to improve the response time
     
  8. fahadrafiq

    fahadrafiq Newbie

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    Hi BIGSAM155

    Yes Most of WooCommerce Site getting problem with Load Time Issue Because WooCommerce is not Compatible with Varnish Cache. There is no option to compatible Varnish with WooCommerce but Cloudways break this wall to get more faster WooCommerce Stores.
    Below are the load testing performance for Varnish and no-Varnish

    Before Applying Varnish
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    After Varnish
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    Details on Cloudways