09-05-2012 01:14 PM - edited 09-05-2012 01:17 PM
I'm hoping someone can share some advice with me. I started out back years ago by purchasing a domain name through godaddy for a blogspot blog I had. As time went on, I switched to a wordpress blog and upgraded my godaddy accounts for a ton of stuff and started hosting my blog with godaddy.
It worked fine for a while, but for over 2 weeks, I've barely even been able to log into my admin panel for my wordpress. I get this -
I get this when just loading the website often now too. I'd say about 75% of the time. IF I am able to log into the admin page, once I click to add a new post or anything else in the admin panel, it will go to this page about 95% of the time.
I'm super annoyed right now. I've tried everything godaddy suggests about slow loading wordpress installs, and I've gotten nowhere. I'm starting to think I need to change hosting providers.
So, anyone who has any experience with any of this.. any steps I can take to fix this issue? If godaddy is just crap, which I'm being led to believe, who should I be hosting with?
Thanks so much.
09-05-2012 02:29 PM
Yep there definitely seems to be something up server side. Get on godaddy technical support and have them take a look at it. It is not normal behavior. If you need to test wether it is something with the wordpress install then try installing wordpress again on a subfolder or better yet create a subdomain to test on.
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09-05-2012 11:53 PM - edited 09-06-2012 01:55 AM
Here are a few things you might try
1 Disable all your plugins and re-enable one at a time to find the problem plugin. If that doesn't work then step 2
2 Try adding a caching plugin to WordPress to minimize database calls.
If those steps still don't work. read the article here. I know it gets very technical, so If it is too much for you then contact your server support.
Hope that helps
Also this plugin
WP Sanitize : Auto WordPress Optimizer Plugin
09-06-2012 03:02 PM
Thanks for the feedback. I found out today I have a Windows hosting plan. Since WordPress is a PHP based program it functions best in a Linux environment. That's what I was able to find out through support.
The reason I didn't contact support in the first place was due to a couple of bad past experiences with them, but I decided after trying literally everything else that I would contact them one last time before changing hosting providers. Hopefully their suggestion to change my hosting account to a Linux account will work. Personally, I had no idea of anything to do with Linux or Windows as far as hosting goes.. I just bought what seemed to fit what I needed. Luckily the change over to Linux is free.