[wp-hackers] Is there a limit to the number of sub categories?
viper at viper007bond.com
Sun Mar 9 01:18:09 GMT 2008
The only limit to categories that I know of is the number that MySQL can
store. Categories are stored in the same table as tags and you can have
something like 99999999999999999999 (or is it "just" 2^20?) different
categories and tags.
It'd seem a bit silly to make an arbitrary category limit.
As for the original question though, no clue why it's not working.
On Fri, Mar 7, 2008 at 8:05 PM, Bernard D. Tremblay (ben) <bentrem at aol.com>
> I found this from [WP-Pro] ...
> ... is there in effect a glass-ceiling to the number of categories?
> Is the number of categories limited to "30-ish"?
> Michael <michaelatsemperfiwebdesign.com> wrote:
> > I am using wordpress as a CMS, and currently have 3500+ categories...
> > There are 30ish top-level categories, each with a number of 2nd level
> > categories, each with a number of 3rd level categories... when I add
> > additional 3rd level categories, often they don't show up in
> > admin>manage>categories or on the site itself, though they are in
> > MySQL, I am not using any caching plugin, and have installed and run
> > the flush-cache plugin
> > Sometimes it takes a few minutes, hours, or days for the 3rd level
> > categories to show up.
> > It's not my browser cache, there's no system cache that I know of on
> > the server, and I don't have any caching plugins.
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