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|Content broken with View 3.0||3||15||5 months, 2 weeks ago|
|Disable the preview of View in Gutemberg||2||4||6 months, 2 weeks ago|
|Content broken with the last version of view 3.0.1 1 2||2||17||7 months ago|
|Repeating fields in Intermediary Posts||2||3||1 year ago|
|Manage relationship from the Block editor||1||2||1 year, 1 month ago|
|Error when save child with conditionnal output||2||3||1 year, 5 months ago|
|Conditional Display – Custom Types – Error message when saving||1||2||1 year, 5 months ago|
|Custom post field overwritten by the content of the last post's child||2||16||1 year, 11 months ago|
| Query performance problem|
Problem: I am using Query Monitor to investigate my site's performance. It seems like the wpcf_image_is_attachment function is causing a bottleneck in query performance on my site. What are the implications of the option "add resized images to library"? In general do you have better performance when the option is checked?
Solution: In general, you will have better performance with "add resized images to library" active because after the resized image has been rendered once it's saved to the library for future use. The server does not need to calculate and generate a resized image on each page load - it stores a reference to the image in your database and loads the resized image from the uploads folder. This creates an image attachment link in the database, so if you add 10 resized images to each post your database queries of image attachments will be incrementally slower as it needs to sort through more records.
When testing performance, we try to ensure that no single query takes longer than 0.5ms. If you have any single query that takes longer than 0.5ms, then we should try to investigate that query.
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|View with Taxonomy filter doesn't work||2||3||3 years, 8 months ago|
|Problem "Visibility Hidden" with cached pages||1||3||3 years, 11 months ago|
|How to insert a variable ?||1||2||4 years, 3 months ago|
| Display a view in php with filter parameters|
Problem: How to display view with additional attribute such as 'limit' using PHP API.
Solution: To display view using PHP API using additional attributes you can find solution mentioned in the following link. https://toolset.com/forums/topic/display-a-view-in-php-with-filter-parameters/#post-391047
Relevant Documentation: https://toolset.com/documentation/user-guides/views-api/
|2||5||4 years, 3 months ago|
|Problem after WP update 4.2.3 and 4.2.4||3||5||4 years, 11 months ago|
|Same Taxonomy for Parent and Child||2||9||5 years, 3 months ago|