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I have a website with 10.000 posts... WP Snap alphabetizes the posts and puts it out with WP_Query, but it is slow as hell, which is very frustrating. My question would be: what can I do about it?

Is there any alternative to wp_query? Or is the cause of this problem something else?

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WP-Snap hasn't been updated in over 2 years. Consider using another plugin which is still maintained –  JMau Jun 10 '13 at 13:00
    
I know that. Thanks guys... But what different approach? WP Snap gives me everything... Other plugins don't output a horizontal list with links to the posts. That's very annoying. –  user1627363 Jun 10 '13 at 13:26
    
If you need all 10k posts, I would expect that sorting 10k posts is going to be slow no matter what. WP-Snap‌​, even if not broken, does a lot of work and appears to replace the main query with one of its own concoction. That may be more than you need. If you want a good answer, the better approach in my opinion is to provide details about what you require, rather than ask (implicitly) how to fix an outdated plugin. –  s_ha_dum Jun 10 '13 at 15:08

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The only answer to this question is: don't use this plugin, because it is outdated. I couldn't write a better code, so I am going to use alternatives like A to Z listing and WP-Glossary. I hope the developer of this great plugin will update the code, because it is a very useful plugin if it could contain more than 1000 posts...

Thanks for your comments.

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