I am porting an existing (non-Wordpress) site to WordPress
the existing site executes php files, with arguments, to return results from a MYSQL database. the results are output in an HTML table.
a sample call would be something like this
i do not want to reinvent the wheel. A lot of work has gone into tour.php, and other files like it, on the existing site.
can I execute that tour.php file, as in the above example, and return the results to a wordpress page?
with static calls and arguments, or ones generated on the fly?
any issues with performance?