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traversal # Posted on October 31, 2014 at 8:47 am

Yep I think a post per data row is definitely the most scalable way to do it.

There shouldn’t be any issue with querying a bunch of posts on a range, no, apart from working out the correct meta query to do it. Dates are stored as UTC-style format, so they should be able to be used with comparison operators.

I don’t know of any plugin specifically to pull in CSV data regularly. But that shouldn’t be too hard to custom code anyway.

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