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FlatKing
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Hey Guys, anyone got any tips for me? I’m currently developing a theme and obviously that means refreshing the backend quite a lot, I currently have to wait about 3 minutes before I can use it. It’s starting to get a little crazy.

I’ll be contacting my hosting providers about it now

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OriginalEXE
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If it happens when no plugins are active and wp default theme is activated, then it’s probably host issue.

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UBLThemes
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If you are developing a theme I would suggest using a local server.

Download wamp for windows or mamp for mac.

This way no load time, it should be instant unless you have a poor setup.

Hope this helps

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KrownThemes
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I suggest you get a better hosting asap! :)

I work 100% online and it’s fast..

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FlatKing
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Clean build so imagine it is the host!

Definetly need to get better host just hoping to get a reason for it!

Will look into doing it locally, might be a bit better on my server at least!

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VibeThemes
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+1 for above. Also make sure you’re not loading all the backend scripts on all the admin pages. Load scripts locally to specific pages something like:
function my_enqueue($hook) {
    if( 'edit.php' != $hook )
        return;
    wp_enqueue_script( 'my_custom_script', plugin_dir_url( __FILE__ ) . '/myscript.js' );
}
add_action( 'admin_enqueue_scripts', 'my_enqueue' );
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