[Resolved] Ramifications of activating modules that aren't being used

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  • #1026307
    dizzy

    Is there any downside to activating all modules, even if I’m only actually utilizing a few of them? Does it hurt performance or create any other issues?

    If I am utilizing a module to customize the theme, what happens if I disable that module? Do I lose the customizations that I made permanently or only temporarily while it’s disabled or not at all?

    What if I uninstall the premium plugin altogether? Do I lose the customizations that I made permanently or only temporarily while it’s removed or not at all?

    Thanks!

    #1026309
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    The impact should be minimal but we do recommend only activating the modules you use to optimize the performance.

    If I am utilizing a module to customize the theme, what happens if I disable that module? Do I lose the customizations that I made permanently or only temporarily while itโ€™s disabled or not at all?

    It would be temporarily until you activate the module back.

    What if I uninstall the premium plugin altogether? Do I lose the customizations that I made permanently or only temporarily while itโ€™s removed or not at all?

    Same as above, temporarily until you re-activate GP Premium.

    Let me know if this helps ๐Ÿ™‚

    #1026357
    dizzy

    Thanks. This is helpful. Is there any way for me to easily determine which modules I have used so that I can disable the ones that I have not used? Initially when I installed the plugin I just activated all of them and then customized the theme as desired. I’m sure I’m only using some of the modules, but I’m not certain exactly which ones.

    #1026370
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    You could try going through the list here:
    https://generatepress.com/premium/

    Not really a way to identify which ones are used unfortunately.

    #1026372
    dizzy

    OK, no problem. Thanks!

    #1026374
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support
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