WordPress Plugin Performance Profiler (P3)
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Check out our new WordPress® plugin developed by our in-house WordPress whiz kids. The Plugin Performance Profiler does just what its name says. It creates a profile of a plugin’s performance by measuring its impact on your site’s load time.
Often, WordPress sites load slowly because of poorly configured plugins or because there are so many of them. This plugin can help you determine the cause of your site’s slowness.
The Runtime by Plugin chart breaks down the relative runtime by each plugin. If a plugin takes up a large slice of the pie, then it takes a long time to run relative to other plugins.
The Detailed Breakdown represents the absolute runtime of each component, including your theme and the WP Core. The yellow line at the top of the graph represents your site’s total load time. This is another view of the same data, similar to the pie chart, but faster-running plugins are not rolled into an “Other” category.
The Simple Timeline correlates each visited URL with the core, theme, and plugin runtimes that were recorded. Hovering over the data point shows the exact URL of the page.
The Detailed Timeline correlates each visited URL with the core, theme, and every recorded plugin runtime. Hovering over the data point shows the exact URL of the page. The Detailed Timeline can be messy, but you can zoom in using the +/- buttons in the top right corner or the mouse scroll wheel. You can also pan by clicking and dragging the chart.
The Query Timeline correlates the visit with the number of MySQL queries that were run. Hovering over the data point shows the exact URL of the page.
The Advanced Metrics display an overview of the scan. Hover over the metric title to see a description of the metric.
The History tab contains a list of the performance scans you’ve run on your site. From here you can view your scans, delete them, or add more data to them.
You can send a summary of the report via e-mail. Use this feature to send the results to the site owner’s server administrator or hosting company’s support system.
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