Ok but if I do a database query that doesn’t need user information, it will be as fast as if I have a smaller amount of users?
I’m still nit sure what would be the better solution.
I have a multisite website with ~25,000 users. I’m now creating a new website that may also have a lot of users in the future. I’m using the same parent theme for all websites.
The new website won’t be related to the old website but I like the idea of updating the plugins only once and maybe I would like to do special offers for people who are registered to one of the other websites or I want to install a collective point system for users of all websites in the future. That’s why I think of having them all in one multisite from the beginning.
Do you think it’s a good idea to include the new website in the multisite network in respect of database loading time / performance? Is there a much higher loading time if there are 125,000 instead of 25,000 users, e.g.?
Oh thank you. Have overlooked that.
hmm ok. thanks for writing. Do you have any tipps how to get it to work with wp super cache?
But the header information is on EVERY page. So, I just want the php code above to not be cached. The rest of the page should be cached. Is that possible?
Usually in WP, it is possible to have duplicate display and nicknames (but not usernames).
I need a possibility to don’t allow users to change their nicknames and display names, if the name already exists.
Hope you can help.
I use WP super cache, but I need some parts of the website (especially in the header) to be created dynamically and shouldn’t be cached.
e.g. a shortcode of a plugin that displays the “points” of a user: <?php echo do_shortcode(‘[mycred_my_balance login=”” title=”” title_el=”” balance_el=”” wrapper=”0” type=”mycred_default”]’); ?>
How is that possible?