I’ve noticed that a few WordPress blogs have query statistics present in their footer that simply state the number of queries and the total time required to process them for the particular page. I was wondering how this is accomplished. Is it through the use of a particular WordPress plug-in or perhaps from using some particular PHP function in the page’s code?
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