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    Classipress crippling my server...

    Never had such a request driven site in my life!

    Classipress makes so many database calls and they're not even needed...

    I want you guys to release a stripped down clean version of classipress that maybe lacks some of the functionality of the full bloat.

    This would be good for 60-80% of CP users

    I also can't seem to stop the theme from loading in (pointless) js files in my footer (I have a developed a theme based on bootstrap and I don't need the excess luggage)

    You can see my site at www.drifttrader.co.uk

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