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WordPress Tip

Would you like to see the impact your currently loaded plugins have on your WordPress site? Load the P3 plugin (from GoDaddy) and it will tell you how long your site pages take to load and what the overall plugin impact is.

It's good to see which plugins are the heavyweights on your site and how many mySQL queries there are so you can look to improve your site performance.

Give it a look! (You don't have to be hosted with GoDaddy to load and use their plugins.)

Thanks for sharing, +Pamela Miller!

#wordpress   #plugin   #utility   #performance

It's been a long time since I've sent a WordPress Tip out. I've been in the wonderful world of Drupal [cough] and am now fully re-entering into the world of my favorite CMS again. Gawd, it feels good to be back home!

If you received notification of this post and no longer wish to be in my "WordPress Tips" circle, just let me know and I will remove you from that circle immediately.

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P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler)
See which plugins are slowing down your site. This plugin creates a performance report for your site.

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WordPress Tip

Are you creating a site but don't have the content for it yet? Do you also want to hide your development behind the scenes without worry of the public seeing what you're up to?

Do you want to be able to visit your real home page when you're logged in as an administrator and not have to see the "coming soon" page? Do you want to have a fancy count-down to when your site goes live? Do you want it to continue to be useful and use it during maintenance upgrades to your site?

Well, this is the plugin for you!

(I liked it so much, I went Pro and bought the developer license.)

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Ultimate Coming Soon Page
Creates a Coming Soon page or Launch page for your Website while it’s under construction and collects emails from your visitors.

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Don’t fall for Domain Slamming

I just sent this information via email to everyone I know who I do business with who has a domain name and thought it was worth a share on here as well.


I just want to make sure to remind everyone I know who who has a domain name to ensure nobody I know will fall for a scam called “Domain Slamming”.

Basically, a company named “Domain Registry of America” may send you a message through the U.S. Mail that looks like a renewal bill. They count on the fact that most people don’t remember where they have registered their domain & hope that you will pay their bill. Once you’ve sent them payment, they acquire your domain. (And could charge you more for your domain name. For what I pay $12 for, they are asking $35.)

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