drooh - 12:43 am on Jun 30, 2010 (gmt 0)
my websites run from a cms system that ive created. it builds the navigation with drop downs from querying the mysql database.
im wondering if instead of having the site build the nav each time for a visitor if i should have the cms create the nav in xml or just physically write an html/php file. would this improve speed or is the mysql query cached? how does that work?
basically im just wondering if removing the querys on the front end and replacing with actual code or xml will increase speed?
im not even sure if im explain this correctly, hopefully someone will know what im talking about...