Up above i have a website on IF and it takes too long to respond in first attempt always, i searched the forum and found its always the case with everyone but my site is way too much slow around 10 sec which is not normal.
Also i am using wp rocket plugin
The thing is that it stucks in middle in first attempt of loading but if i try to refresh it it loads lightning fast.
Previously you guys told me to use CRON JOB but i don’t know the command ( i only have to rwfresh the loading in first attempt only after 300ms)
Your site is probably slow due to a think called WP cron. Setting up a cron job may help it, but deleting plugins will help more. Can you publish a full list of your plugins so we can tell you witch ones don’t work here well?
I will remove jetpack only, as i can’t go without wp rocket its best and don’t consume much resource, only cron it runs is cahe refresh or purge nothing else.
Also google found lot of articles about high cpu resource usage for JETPACK ( the ultimate way to slowdown your server) but very less for wp rocket, after all its paid but i am using gpl version:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
And if we talk about elementor then its most likely that you are kidding.
Okk let’s see if it helps, but don’t you think cache preserve server resource by serving static file it should actually decrese the bandwith use, also the cache refresh time is 48 hrs so it shouldn’t create cron regularly.
And elementor, bro its annoying to even listen that you can’t use elementor i am fine with slow speed for a second but not without elementor, i don’t want a simple html page actually no one wants. Also my site suspended only for one time since last two months.
Looks like i have to upgrade to solve whole.
Also do you think my website front page is too heavy???
Static file caching of images, CSS, etc. reduces bandwidth usage, but it’s handled by the browser, not the server.
WordPress server caching only saves CPU power and database usage. It doesn’t affect bandwidth and EP usage (there is still PHP code to fetch the right cache and it still needs to be served to the visitor), and may increase IO usage (due to reading and writing the cached content).