I have a big site for a client, and as it is a really customized wordpress installation with lots of extensions on functionality, I can't use the caching plugins.
To improve the performance, I built a lot of the Site using transients (for example the navigation, the google maps with all the markers etc.), and leave the dynamic content dynamic.
The problem here is if I change anything, I have to manually delete the specific transient to see the current result. The site shows different menus and googlemaps when entered from a different channel, so I have like ten transients for each area.
Would you create a function where I delete those all at once (with a listing of the names of the transient), or is it okay to just delete all the transients on the site?
It's not really that urgent, but for future ddevelopment I would like to know if you had any problems with stuff like that, and how you manage all your transients.