I’ve written a few posts here on the blog about the WP_Query class and how to use it to create multiple queries and multiple loops.
I’m a big fan of
WP_Query, and often use it on client sites and my own site to create advanced and custom queries.
However, it does have its downsides if you overdo things. One reader rightly commented on my recent post on using the loop to style your first post differently, that the technique I demonstrated could be made more efficient.
So in this post, I’m going to show you how to use
WP_Query to create multiple loops but in the most efficient way possible – and that is by running just one query but then using it…