There are two things that can at times have a significant impact on loading times: Tokens and many Elementor Templates embedded inside a single page.


From the Settings page you can disable all the token types you don't need, or disable the all at once if you don't need any. In some cases this can be very beneficial to loading times.

Embedded Elementor Templates

With Views, Dynamic Posts and related widgets you have the option to display the content with an Elementor Templates. If you use this feature, for each post that is displayed on the page a certain time is taken for the rendering of the template. When the posts being display on the page are few (1-5) the slowdown is acceptable. But if you need to display many posts on the page the slowdown caused by this can become very significant. If that is the case we recommend to either avoid using the Elementor Templates option if possible, or us a caching plugin like W3 Total Cache to cache the page.

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