The Google Cloudprint add-on is causing my site to lag.

WPPizza – A Restaurant Plugin for WordPress Support Add-Ons Extensions Google Cloudprint The Google Cloudprint add-on is causing my site to lag.

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  • #23273
    Dallas
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    Hey Olly,

    Everything has been going great as far as the site goes! But, last night my client said he didn’t receive an email from an order. I checked order history and the order wasn’t there either. He also forwarded me the paypal receipt he got, so I know that someone tried to order. Today I went to go find the issue. When testing ordering pizza I noticed that after submitting the order the page just loaded forever. I knew something was wrong. Also, the backend of my site was lagging. I first called the hosting company but everything was good to go with that.
    I decided to deactivate the plugins and activate them one by one. When I activated the wppizza plugin and tested ordering it was okay. I then activated google cloudprint and the issue with the loading happened again. I deactivated that add on, then did the same with the other add-ons. The add-ons were perfect. so, i activated everything except for google cloudprint and everything was fine. Once I activated google cloudprint everything went to crap again. Very strange. Any ideas?

    #23274
    Dallas
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    #23276
    Olly
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    sounds like a network / connection issue between your server and google.enable debug and check debug and server logs – maybe even a permission/credentials issue
    also check the coudprint plugin logs directory

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    Dallas
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    Dallas
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    Dallas
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    #23280
    Olly
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    >I am having issues debugging the plugin…
    such as ? have you enabled wp_debug ?

    > So if it is a network issue what can be done?
    nothing from my end (obviously) – but we do not know yet if that’s the case anyway

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    Olly
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    Dallas
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    Olly
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    Olly
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    Dallas
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    Olly
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    #23292
    Olly
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    >The plugin has worked fine up until last night…
    in which case clearly something else is at fault here as *i* certainly did not change anything.
    my first guess would be a server/software/firewall update perhaps or some such thing.
    goes without saying that the plugin needs to be able to access google’s servers
    this is a hosting/server/connection issue , not a plugin issue

    >re: debug logs
    mostly of course not from wppizza plugins. in any event these are just notices and inconsequential

    #23293
    Olly
    Admin & Mod

    i would also suggest you have a look at your actual server (error)logs . might tell you something there

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