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  • Venutius


    You might have a conflict, try deactivating all other plugins apart from BuddyPress and switching to a default theme such as Twenty Seventeen then testing.

    Bailey Metcalfe


    Hello! I also have problems creating a new post. In general, I was already tortured with a buddy press, and specifically the constant load on the server! And this is when visiting me only one! I installed the cache plugins, it’s all confusing! Now it seems that I’ve set up a super cache plugin, the load is gone, though when I disable the function “not cache for known users” in super cache, but when this function is disabled, when creating a new post it shows that there is no post, and it appears only after updating the cache. I already know that the post will later appear, but users, they can create the same post a hundred times. Posts will appear after updating the cache. If you enable the function “do not cache for known users”, then the load is constantly off the scale. This is observed even when I just move from one page to another in my network. Maybe there is some solution to reduce the load and so that the content published is displayed in a timely manner? Thanks!

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