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WP-Optimize is WordPress's most-installed optimization plugin. With it, you can clean up your database easily and safely, without manual queries. WP-Optimize is WordPress's most-installed optimisation plugin. With it, you can clean up your database easily and safely, without manual queries. Details

WP-Optimize is WordPress's most-installed optimization plugin. With it, you can clean up your database easily and safely, without manual queries.

WP-Optimize is WordPress's most-installed optimisation plugin. With it, you can clean up your database easily and safely, without manual queries.

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WP-Optimize WP-Optimize Details

WP-Optimize

WP-Optimize

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Installation Instructions Installation Instructions Details

Installation Instructions

Installation Instructions

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Automatically trigger a pre-optimize backup via UpdraftPlus (https://updraftplus.com) Automatically trigger a pre-optimise backup via UpdraftPlus (https://updraftplus.com) Details

Automatically trigger a pre-optimize backup via UpdraftPlus (https://updraftplus.com)

Automatically trigger a pre-optimise backup via UpdraftPlus (https://updraftplus.com)

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Settings Settings Details

Settings

Settings

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UpdraftPlus running a backup before an optimization proceeds UpdraftPlus running a backup before an optimisation proceeds Details

UpdraftPlus running a backup before an optimization proceeds

UpdraftPlus running a backup before an optimisation proceeds

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The main optimizer Screen The main optimiser Screen Details

The main optimizer Screen

The main optimiser Screen

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When WordPress uses a particular transient, that specific transient is re-created automatically. So, it's normaly for ones which are in active use to gradually re-appear. The best way to keep things optimal is to clear the transient options on a scheduled basis. For example, WordPress may create 50 transient option in a week. If you schedule WP-Optimize to clear these options on a weekly basis, you’ll have far fewer building up. When WordPress uses a particular transient, that specific transient is re-created automatically. So, it's normaly for ones which are in active use to gradually re-appear. The best way to keep things optimal is to clear the transient options on a scheduled basis. For example, WordPress may create 50 transient option in a week. If you schedule WP-Optimize to clear these options on a weekly basis, you’ll have far fewer building up. Details

When WordPress uses a particular transient, that specific transient is re-created automatically. So, it's normaly for ones which are in active use to gradually re-appear. The best way to keep things optimal is to clear the transient options on a scheduled basis. For example, WordPress may create 50 transient option in a week. If you schedule WP-Optimize to clear these options on a weekly basis, you’ll have far fewer building up.

When WordPress uses a particular transient, that specific transient is re-created automatically. So, it's normaly for ones which are in active use to gradually re-appear. The best way to keep things optimal is to clear the transient options on a scheduled basis. For example, WordPress may create 50 transient option in a week. If you schedule WP-Optimize to clear these options on a weekly basis, you’ll have far fewer building up.

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I'm afraid that this is not possible. Please ensure that you make a backup of your entire database before using WP-Optimize for the first time, and when you upgrade to a major new version of it. We recommend <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/">UpdraftPlus</a>. I'm afraid that this is not possible. Please ensure that you make a backup of your entire database before using WP-Optimize for the first time, and when you upgrade to a major new version of it. We recommend <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/">UpdraftPlus</a>. Details

I'm afraid that this is not possible. Please ensure that you make a backup of your entire database before using WP-Optimize for the first time, and when you upgrade to a major new version of it. We recommend <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/">UpdraftPlus</a>.

I'm afraid that this is not possible. Please ensure that you make a backup of your entire database before using WP-Optimize for the first time, and when you upgrade to a major new version of it. We recommend <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/">UpdraftPlus</a>.

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WP-Optimize will disable some features if it detects InnoDB tables. Optimization of the database tables on-disk is not available, but other clean up features would work. WP-Optimize will disable some features if it detects InnoDB tables. Optimisation of the database tables on-disk is not available, but other clean up features would work. Details

WP-Optimize will disable some features if it detects InnoDB tables. Optimization of the database tables on-disk is not available, but other clean up features would work.

WP-Optimize will disable some features if it detects InnoDB tables. Optimisation of the database tables on-disk is not available, but other clean up features would work.

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Yes - WP-Optimize is WordPress's #1 most-installed optimization plugin, with over 500,000 users and a pedigree going back over 7 years. Yes - WP-Optimize is WordPress's #1 most-installed optimisation plugin, with over 500,000 users and a pedigree going back over 7 years. Details

Yes - WP-Optimize is WordPress's #1 most-installed optimization plugin, with over 500,000 users and a pedigree going back over 7 years.

Yes - WP-Optimize is WordPress's #1 most-installed optimisation plugin, with over 500,000 users and a pedigree going back over 7 years.

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This is rare; it’s probably because you’re with a shared web hosting company that doesn’t allow scripts to run an optimize command via SQL statements (SQL "OPTIMIZE" instruction). Please consult your web hosting company on this matter. This is rare; it’s probably because you’re with a shared web hosting company that doesn’t allow scripts to run an optimize command via SQL statements (SQL "OPTIMIZE" instruction). Please consult your web hosting company on this matter. Details

This is rare; it’s probably because you’re with a shared web hosting company that doesn’t allow scripts to run an optimize command via SQL statements (SQL "OPTIMIZE" instruction). Please consult your web hosting company on this matter.

This is rare; it’s probably because you’re with a shared web hosting company that doesn’t allow scripts to run an optimize command via SQL statements (SQL "OPTIMIZE" instruction). Please consult your web hosting company on this matter.

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In our support forum, here: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/wp-optimize/ In our support forum, here: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/wp-optimize/ Details

In our support forum, here: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/wp-optimize/

In our support forum, here: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/wp-optimize/

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This is a "how long is string?" sort of question. It depends completely on your site - how big it is, how many users interact on it, how long it has been running, and when you last optimised it. However, the savings and speed-ups can be substantial; it is always worth making sure that your database is optimized. This is a "how long is string?" sort of question. It depends completely on your site - how big it is, how many users interact on it, how long it has been running, and when you last optimised it. However, the savings and speed-ups can be substantial; it is always worth making sure that your database is optimized. Details

This is a "how long is string?" sort of question. It depends completely on your site - how big it is, how many users interact on it, how long it has been running, and when you last optimised it. However, the savings and speed-ups can be substantial; it is always worth making sure that your database is optimized.

This is a "how long is string?" sort of question. It depends completely on your site - how big it is, how many users interact on it, how long it has been running, and when you last optimised it. However, the savings and speed-ups can be substantial; it is always worth making sure that your database is optimized.

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Yes; optimizing does not involve any "tricks" or poking around in dangerous ways. It involves running routine clean-up operations using well-defined, common MySQL commands. Nevertheless, we always recommend backups, which cover every possibility; not just database malfunctions, but hackers, human errors, etc. We recommend <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/">UpdraftPlus</a>. Yes; optimising does not involve any "tricks" or poking around in dangerous ways. It involves running routine clean-up operations using well-defined, common MySQL commands. Nevertheless, we always recommend backups, which cover every possibility; not just database malfunctions, but hackers, human errors, etc. We recommend <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/">UpdraftPlus</a>. Details

Yes; optimizing does not involve any "tricks" or poking around in dangerous ways. It involves running routine clean-up operations using well-defined, common MySQL commands. Nevertheless, we always recommend backups, which cover every possibility; not just database malfunctions, but hackers, human errors, etc. We recommend <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/">UpdraftPlus</a>.

Yes; optimising does not involve any "tricks" or poking around in dangerous ways. It involves running routine clean-up operations using well-defined, common MySQL commands. Nevertheless, we always recommend backups, which cover every possibility; not just database malfunctions, but hackers, human errors, etc. We recommend <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/">UpdraftPlus</a>.

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