Eliminate all non-essential admin-ajax.php requests

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  • This topic has 6 replies, 5 voices, and was last updated 2 years ago by EK.
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    • #113531
      alexdezi
      Participant

      Is there a way to eliminate all non-essential admin-ajax.php requests? The plugin seems to initiate a request every 60 seconds (I think?). It looks like they are to pull in new notifications like inquiries etc. is that correct?

      I have deactivated all admin notifications (I left e-mail notifications on), but I am still getting very high requests just and that’s just me testing the plugin.

      Is it possible to eliminate all those non-essential requests?

      Looking forward to help on this!

    • #115245
      WCFM Forum
      Keymaster

      HI,

      The plugin seems to initiate a request every 60 seconds (I think?). It looks like they are to pull in new notifications like inquiries etc. is that correct?

      – Right, you may disable this by adding this line to your site –

      add_filter( 'wcfm_is_allow_desktop_notification', '__return_false' );
      add_filter( 'wcfm_is_allow_new_message_check', '__return_false' );

      Add this code to your child theme’s functions.php
      In case you do not have child theme then add code using this plugin – https://wordpress.org/plugins/code-snippets/

      Thank You

    • #115714
      EK
      Participant

      Just to add, is there a way to change the 60 seconds to a different value to preserve the functionality?

      Thanks

    • #118298
      Bingal
      Keymaster

      Yes possible. How much you want to set?

    • #118384
      EK
      Participant

      Around once every 10 minutes can be a good starting point 🙂 Whatever code you give, I will manually adjust the time value to suit the site needs 🙂
      Thanks a lot.

      Best Regards,
      EK

    • #121349
      Sushobhan
      Keymaster

      Hello,
      Please use the following filter for this purpose- apply_filters( 'wcfm_new_message_check_duration', 60000 ) (WCFM v6.4.8 or above). The value is in millisecond.
      Thanks!

    • #125463
      EK
      Participant

      Thanks a lot. Implemented for now 😉

      Cheers,

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