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    I would like to see this too. FiboSearch - a popular product search engine for WooCommerce - does use a PHP file to greatly increase the speed of the AJAX results. It is very noticeable when you start typing in the search engine. Here is why they use a custom AJAX endpoint - https://fibosearch.com/documentation/troubleshooting/the-search-endpoint-url-is-blocked/#why-do-we-use-a-custom-ajax-endpoint-instead-of-using-admin-ajax-php-or-wp-rest-api-only-for-geeks

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    This needs to get into the planning stage. From the perspective of a small agency (me) who just selected to move 40+ sites to Cloudways, not having a file manager is a huge issue for me. I'm not fluent in SSH, I'm having constant issues with BlogVault migrations failing, plus I can not effectively restore a site using Backup Buddy like I've done for years.
    Since I'm only three or four sites into this process, I'm thinking of pulling the plug on moving to Cloudways.

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