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Last updated by Pieter 10 years ago.

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September 23, 2009 at 12:49 pm #12421

Pieter

Hi, recently I installed the PHP Speedy plugin on one of my sites to try to speed up certain processes. Although the plugin works great for the default language, it seems that other language(s) are slowed down even more than before.
Does anyone have any experience with WPML and the PHP Speedy plugin? Is there a workaround?
Thanks,
Piet

September 24, 2009 at 1:06 am #12423

Amir

I don't know about PHP Speedy, but we do have some serious speed optimizations planned for WPML - mostly related to caching database values and avoiding repeated queries.
BTW, want to help? Try the new Beta and tell us if you find anything. Just make sure you don't try on a live site. It's still a Beta version.
http://wpml.org/2009/09/wpml-1-3-0-beta-1-for-testing/

September 24, 2009 at 7:12 am #12424

Pieter

thanks for your reply Amir.
I have indeed seen that you rolled out a new beta, haven't downloaded it yet though as I am working on 3 client projects at the moment...
Will have a look when I have a break.

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