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[Solved] WPDiscuz 7-30 second delay


scottott
(@scottott)
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WPDiscuz is much slower than native WP comments...taking 7 to 30 seconds to post a comment. Plus, the button does not react when pressed. There's no way for user to tell his click registered. What must I do to make this work correctly? Whtahosting specks are required? What settings? What caching works with it? Help.


Astghik
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Hi @scottott,

Could you please leave your website URL to allow us to check it? 


scottott
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After further troubleshooting, including deactivating WPDiscuz and using native comments, I discovered the delay was likely caused by a caching plugin called Breeze. Deleting that (and moving the site to WPEngine.com) seems to have obliterated the issue. Thank you, @Astghik

Scott


Astghik
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Hi Scott,

Thank you for letting us know. Glad to hear that the issue is solved. 


scottott
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I forgot to mention that the button to post comments doesn't give any feedback onClick. How can I provide a visual cue (color change, for example) so the user knows he has actually clicked the button?


Astghik
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@scottott,

You can use CSS for this porpose. Add some CSS code like the following one in Dashboard > Comments > Setting > "Custom CSS code" textarea:

input.wc_comm_submit:not(.wc_not_clicked) {
background: #00B38F !important;
/* or */
/*display:none !important; */
}

scottott
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Perfect. Thank you.


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