Check WordPress Plugin Loading Time With Plugin Performance Profiler

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WordPress is the best blogging platform. Mainly WordPress is popular for user friendly interface, seo friendly site & above all huge collection of plugins. Its users are increasing day by day. But there are something everyone must know It is the loading time of a site.


wordpress Plugin Performance Profiler


Site loading is a great issue for blogger. Every blogger must give attention on site loading. A fast loading site can get good traffic than a slow loading site. You may ask WHY? The reason is that now visitors have huge sites to get information. So if a site takes time to load, he doesn’t need to wait to get the information. He can go easily other site & collect the information. Once a visitor exists from a site it happens that he may never visit that particular site. Another thing Google search Engine gives priority to fast loading site. You can also check how to make a website super fast loading speed.

Mainly a WordPress site takes time to load for its plugin collections. We don’t know which plugin makes our site slow or which plugin takes how much time in loading.

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Plugin Performance Profiler


Today I’ll share a plugin by which you can check every plugin loading time in details. So you can easily remove those useless plugin.

P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler) is a plugin which will check every plugin performance & tell you details. By using P3 plugin, you can narrow down anything which cause slowness on your site. This plugin shows the canvas element by drawing charts, diagrams.

It supports Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari & IE9 or later.


wordpress Plugin Performance


Information on P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler):

  • Requires: 3.3 or higher
  • Compatible up to: 3.5.2
  • Last Updated: 2012-12-6
  • Downloads: 139,166


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raj August 8, 2013 at 7:30 pm

Thanks Ahsanul Karim for introducing me with Plugin Performance Profiler, I was really looking forward a plugin which may help me in finding out the loading time of my website before using it on my website. I had faced this issue before before as well when I used a WordPress cash plugin by which loading time of my site got down & so do the traffic as user’s start going for some other alternative. This think seems to be new for me, thanks for the help buddy.


Ahsanul Karim August 10, 2013 at 11:18 pm

Hello Raj,

With P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler) you can know which plugin make your sit slow.

Happy Blogging :)
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Aditya Nath Jha August 9, 2013 at 9:21 am

Really nice information bro. I had a tough time monitoring what was causing my website to slow down. Now I have some help. Thank you.
Keep up the wonderful posting!
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Ahsanul Karim August 10, 2013 at 11:16 pm

Hello Aditya Nath Jha,

Its better to add manual script rather than plugin. too much plugin sometime make the site slow. So we need to use only important & helpful plugin.

Hope your problem will be solved :)
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Ashi August 17, 2013 at 11:26 pm

Hello Ahsanul Karim

Few days back my site faced some problem . There were some melicious file in the server. They have disconnected the ports of the site and my site working really slow. I have installed the p3 plugin to determine the problem and it worked really great. I have deactivated the slow ones and bring it back/
It is really amazing plugin and works with ease.
Thanks for the share


Luke August 18, 2013 at 7:04 pm

Very interesting post Karim. I never though there was a plugin like this before. I usually contact my webhost provider and ask them which plugin is eating more resource. But unfortunately they didn’t know the answer. I think I’ll try this in one of my site and see what happens. Any useful plugins against content scrappers?
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