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I'm having an odd issue, although I can understand why it works like this I do need to find a way around it.

I have used the the request filter to modify the query for the home/index page to select for a post type other than 'post'

The result of this is that is_home() is returning false in the index.php template. If I disable the filter then is_home() goes back to returning true.

Anyway to force the is_home() to return true? or another way to approach this?

Thanks, Stewart.

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Is this related? When to use is_home() vs is_front_page()? –  brasofilo Jun 13 '12 at 10:43
    
@brasofilo unfortunately no. I haven't changed the page that is acting as the home or the front page within the Admin Panel, I have just modified the query it uses. Therefore in this case both is_home() and is_front_page() should return true but neither do. –  Stewarty Jun 13 '12 at 10:53
    
I see... so, it'd be better if you published your code... –  brasofilo Jun 13 '12 at 10:56
    
Please provide us with at least the function and the filter you are using. –  BandonRandon Sep 20 '12 at 6:45

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From look at the code the following logic happens in your case:

  • query is for one post type that has archive
  • is_post_type_archive gets set to true
  • is_archive gets set to true
  • is_home gets set to false since it is seen as archive

I am not sure about all implications without extensive testing, but probably approaches are either:

  1. artificially set is_home to true under those circumstances
  2. ignore failing is_home() and use different conditional
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