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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin View Post
    OK, installed wordpress and woocommerce from cpanel, hadn't realised they were built in :-)

    Nothing coming up on the website I've installed to, do I need to do something else?
    Have you published the site yet? I think this is necessary with some hosting sites. It can also take a while to appear. I usually bookmark the site to find it at the start.

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    Yeah think I have it sorted now. Many thanks.
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    Sites coming on well, just migrating all the data across tonight. Any recomendations for decent backup software? I can use cpanel but would like something automated in WordPress ideally. Found a couple. The facility to move to another domain was mentioned in one package which could be useful.
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    I use all in one.
    https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/...-wp-migration/

    Automated unsure but jetpack offers this in the paid version.

    Also if you don’t have decent seo use yoast seo.
    Great little tool gives you real time advice on your site and listings etc. It even tells you where your pages need to be improved and how.
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    If I have helped please hit the thanks button.

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    UpdraftPlus - Backup/Restore. I've never needed to use it, but it appears to be backing up successfully in the background.

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    We now have the site up and running, finding WooCommerce very good on the whole, far more flexible and solved a number of issues.

    We are finding the site quite slow to load. My developer told me they have installed tools for caching and are blaming host company. Host company told me following:

    "I've had a quick look for you and while it's not the slowest I've seen it does take around 5 seconds to load each page. What I can see is that each page load uses a large amount of CPU to generate the page, this would suggest that you're not using any sort of caching techniques. On todays complicated modern sites caching is essential otherwise you're just wasting server resources loading every page from scratch, this will have a massive negative impact if you receive a small number of visitors to the site which will grind it to a halt."


    I'd apprecaite advice from anyone running WC about this before they start blaming each other further lol.
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    Yes, I did this to all of my sites during lockdown. You'll need to sit down and learn about it with a big cup of tea. Image optimisation, caching etc. I have the WP-Optimize plugin on one of the sites. There are various websites which will test your page load speeds. Be careful that you don't break your website.

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    I have someone who does this for me, minimises the risk of me breaking anything :-)
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