Ajax Content Filter 1.0.0

Does Ajax Content Filter work with WordPress 6.0.1 and PHP 7.4.8? A smoke test was performed on .


No PHP errors, warnings or notices
No JavaScript exceptions
All test pages loaded successfully
No resource errors
Looks good! No problems were detected.

Memory usage: 19.7 KiB
The average PHP memory usage increased by this amount after activating by the plugin.

Page speed impact: insignificant.
The plugin didn't make the site noticeably slower.

WordPress version6.0.1
PHP version7.4.8
MySQL version8.0.21
PHP memory limit256M
Plugin Info
Last updated
Active installs 30+
WordPress.org page https://wordpress.org/plugins/ajax-content-filter/

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Pages 4

Plugins ‹ Test site — WordPress

Page screenshot: Plugins ‹ Test site — WordPress
URL /wp-admin/plugins.php?charsout=1&plugin=ajax-content-filter%2Facf.php&plugin_status=all&paged=1&s
Requested URL /wp-admin/plugins.php?action=activate&plugin=ajax-content-filter%2Facf.php&plugin_status=all&paged=1&s&_wpnonce=ec14507808
Aspect after-activation
HTTP status 200
Load time 0.263 s
Memory usage 3.72 MiB
JS errors None
Resource errors None

ACF Posts

Page screenshot: ACF Posts
URL /wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=acf_post
Aspect menu-item
HTTP status 200
Load time 0.166 s
Memory usage 3.75 MiB
JS errors None
Resource errors None

ACF Posts → Add New ACF Post

Page screenshot: ACF Posts → Add New ACF Post
URL /wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=acf_post
Aspect menu-item
HTTP status 200
Load time 1.015 s
Memory usage 3.86 MiB
JS errors None
Resource errors None

Test site – Just another WordPress site

Page screenshot: Test site – Just another WordPress site
Aspect front-page
HTTP status 200
Load time 0.233 s
Memory usage 3.58 MiB
JS errors None
Resource errors None


URL Load time Memory usage
Inactive Active Change Inactive Active Change
/wp-admin/index.php0.325 s0.319 s-0.006 s3.72 MiB3.75 MiB+ 26.38 KiB
/wp-admin/edit.php0.178 s0.177 s-0.001 s3.75 MiB3.78 MiB+ 25.07 KiB
/wp-admin/post-new.php0.735 s0.840 s+0.105 s5.55 MiB5.58 MiB+ 34.73 KiB
/wp-admin/upload.php0.370 s0.326 s-0.044 s3.68 MiB3.71 MiB+ 23.94 KiB
/wp-admin/options-writing.php0.145 s0.148 s+0.003 s3.62 MiB3.62 MiB+ 3.84 KiB
/wp-admin/media-new.php0.427 s0.185 s-0.242 s3.66 MiB3.69 MiB+ 24.11 KiB
/wp-admin/edit-tags.php?taxonomy=category0.174 s0.177 s+0.003 s3.69 MiB3.71 MiB+ 25.02 KiB
/wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=page0.683 s0.732 s+0.049 s5.54 MiB5.57 MiB+ 26.32 KiB
/wp-admin/options-discussion.php0.211 s0.268 s+0.057 s3.6 MiB3.62 MiB+ 24.42 KiB
/wp-admin/edit-comments.php0.205 s0.191 s-0.014 s3.69 MiB3.72 MiB+ 25.23 KiB
/0.283 s0.221 s-0.062 s3.6 MiB3.58 MiB- 22.34 KiB
Average 0.340 s0.326 s-0.014 s4.01 MiB4.03 MiB+ 19.7 KiB

Code Statistics

Note: Third-party libraries and minified JS/CSS files are excluded from these statistics where possible, so the numbers you see here may be lower than those reported by other tools.

Language % Lines of code Comment lines Files
Total 9,278 2,475 118

PHP Code Analysis | More results »

Lines of code 7,101
Total complexity 1,876
Median class complexity 7.0
Median method complexity 1.0
Most complex class PSPerceptionLMSLessonModel
Most complex function PSPerceptionLMSStudentModel::manage()
Classes 76
Methods 435
Functions 23


Things that the plugin adds to the site. This section is not intended to be comprehensive. The test tool only looks for a few specific types of added content.

Custom Post Types 1

ID Name
acf_postACF Posts

PHP Error Log

The log file is empty.

See also: All tests for this plugin, How to Hide Ajax Content Filter Admin Menus