When managing a WordPress network, there is no obvious way to easily duplicate content across multiple sites (other than copying and pasting, which also means that if you need to update it in all places at once, it needs to be done page at a time too.)
Open cart actually has a built-in caching class, although it does not use it everywhere that it should. It’s quite easy to carry out, and when used appropriately, you should see some pretty major speed gains (On sites with very large databases anyway).
For many years, I worked with MySQL on a pretty basic level, I carried out inserts, updates and deletes, and that’s about it. I think it might be beneficial (if anyone even reads this thing) to do a series of posts on some of the things that I was not...
I came across this problem recently while developing a time tracking application.