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The short answer is... not by much. WordPress relies on, as scribu (a guy who started by writing very clever and useful plugins, such as Posts 2 Posts, WP CLI, Plugin Dependencies and many many others, ending up in the WP core team for a while) put it: crappy language (PHP, an ancient version to boot) and crappy architecture (WP_Query). Apart from ...


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Your website has a lot of issues according to google pagespeed insight. https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.houseshop18.com%2F&tab=desktop Apart from the eliminating render blocking CSS+JS, optimizing images, set expire headers for all assets you need to improve server response time. Currently your server is ...


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According to Pingdom tools (http://tools.pingdom.com/) the size of your files is ok, i think it's all about your admin-ajax.php Try with wordpress hyper cache plugin.


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You may wish to post this same query in the TokuDB-users community here... https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/tokudb-user Good luck with your research. -dave


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If it's native behavior (and not something like third party extensions screwing it up) then update checks should basically fire if there is no data or the time for next check have passed. My educated guess would be it's one of the two: your install not being able to store transients correctly (thus data always empty) your install having time screwed up ...


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According to user Otto, who provides a good explanatory answer to a similar question, you can safely call wp_get_post_terms() a number of times because Wordpress's internal query caching system is primed before the loop begins, and subsequent calls to wp_get_post_terms() will hit the cache rather than the query: Post meta information is automatically ...


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Use a custom table. Create it as a network table, and store the site ID, so you can use just one table for the whole network. row_id | site_id | post_id | user_id There is no equivalent for such a table in the current core tables. Avoid serialized data, because that format is PHP specific, so you cannot read its data in any other language (including ...


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UPDATE: I didn't see the part in your question about users being able to see a page of the favourites. Based on that and Stephens comment I think using update_user_meta() and get_user_meta() and storing post IDs would be a better option. That way it would be easier to sort and get totals with a WP_User_Query ORIGINAL ANSWER: Save the user IDs as an array in ...



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