System Status is a good way to start with our plugin, from this section you will be notified about your WordPress configuration and Server Environment. you will find the System Status menu from your Admin section

Admin -> Reactive -> System Status

To get the Best output from our plugin you need to follow our Recommended settings,

From the above image you can see that we have Recommend 5 Settings that is,

  1. WP Memory Limit ( The Recommended Minimum Wp Memory Limit is 256M).
  2. Server memory Limit ( The Recommended Minimum Server Memory Limit is 256M).
  3. PHP Version (The Recommended Minimum PHP version is 5.6.0)
  4. PHP Maximum Input Vars (The Recommended Minimum PHP Input Vars is 3000)
  5. Mysql Version (The Recommended Minimum Mysql version is 5.6.0 or greater)

If you have all the requirement fulfilled you don’t need to worry about it, you can follow the next section. But if you find that some or all of the options are not fulfilled by our system status page then please follow the below steps to increase your setup.

  • Increasing WP Memory Limit:

The WP Memory Limit is the maximum amount of memory (RAM) that your site can use at one time. However, if your site has a good amount of plugin installed or you have good amount of data in your site you need to consider increasing the site memory to get faster Performance. Increasing the WP Memory Limit is a standard practice in WordPress and you find instructions also in the official WordPress documentation (Increasing memory allocated to PHP), otherwise follow the few steps below:

  1. Locate your wp-config.php file in the root folder of your WordPress installation.
  2. Open wp-config.php file in a text editor for example: submile text or notepad++ and add the below line
    define( 'WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M' );
  3. Save the file and refresh your System Status tab. If the WP Memory Limit turns green, then you have successfully increased your WP Memory Limit.
  • Increasing Server Memory Limit:

To increase the Server Memory Limit, you’ll need to access and modify certain files such as the php.ini file. Most hosts won’t grant you full access to modify the PHP.ini file because it affects the whole server and all the websites hosted on it. Generally you can’t modify the Server Memory Limit on low budget hosts. Please contact your host first to find out if they can adjust it for you.

  • Updating PHP Version:

Please contact your host first to find out if they can adjust it for you.

  • PHP Maximum Input Vars:

Basically you can increase the PHP Maximum Input Vars from the PHP.ini file. open the file and locate the following line of code (xx represents a number):

max_input_vars = xx; And set it to your desired limit. For example, 3000.

If you don’t have access to PHP.ini file then Please contact your host first to find out if they can adjust it for you.

  • Updating Mysql Version

Please contact your host first to find out if they can adjust it for you.

So, If you have all set up and fulfilled our Recommended version to have the best performance.