That makes a bit of sense. As I was reading I was already asking how much this will impact performance. Admittedly, the reason I’m doing this is because the previous solution we used was to place all towns/counties/locations on a couple google maps as pins using a plugin. There are thousands of records, so the site all but stopped working because of the load.
I actually haven’t done much with caching on any WP projects, as they’ve never been this large. Would it be wise to get my queries working on a few sample records, and then shift to caching? Or should I be incorporating that right away?
Thanks for the help!
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