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WordPress fix Reply To: Browser Site Issues after Update to WordPress 4.9.4

Discussion in 'Misc WordPress Requests' started by elib1229, Feb 26, 2018.

  1. elib1229


    Reply To: Browser Site Issues after Update to WordPress 4.9.4, by elib1229

    I inquired with CloudFlare and here is their response:

    If you look at the waterfall graph of your page load, you can see the major delay is the initial HTML page load. You can see that a lot of the time spent is marked as Time To First Byte (TTFB) – this is the time the browser spends waiting for content to be received.

    Measuring TTFB with a pull CDN like ours when dealing with non-cached content hides the following operations which are effectively rolled up in the TTFB time for each HTTP request:

    Cloudflare successfully negotiating a connection with your origin
    Cloudflare sending a request on the connection
    The origin generating a response
    Cloudflare receiving the response
    The most likely cause of the delay with dynamic HTML content is point 3 there.

    There are some things you can do to help this:

    Look with your developers at why your server is so slow to generate a HTML response, and consider origin caching of responses if that is available to you.
    Consider whether your HTML is static, and if so consider caching it with Cloudflare – How do I cache static HTML? . If you’re using a dynamic CMS such as WordPress, Drupal, Magento or even a custom application, you can use the Bypass Cache on Cookie feature of our Business plan to cache HTML for non-logged in users:

    Reply To: Browser Site Issues after Update to WordPress 4.9.4

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