Are you profiling your WordPress-based web application/site with xhprof? Go read my other article about how to install and configure xhprof profiler with WordPress. Even if you are already familiar with xhprof, there is a small but important problem: the profiling results are unnecessary bloated.
A WordPress site usually comprises a theme and many plugins. If loading speeds and server load are fine for you, congratulations. Otherwise, you have to profile your WordPress-based application. Simply put, profiling means to measure how much CPU time and memory each executed function took. Let’s say you create a custom function to count from […]