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I'm querying to get a list of all posts, 20 posts_per_page, but the result shows all posts, but with 21 posts per page. If I change posts_per_page to 19, then 20 show. One post is sticky and shows up twice; not sure if that is causing the problem.

Code:

$allposts = array( 
    'post_type'         =>  'post',
    'posts_per_page'    =>  20
    );

$wp_query = new WP_Query($allposts); ?>

<?php while ( $wp_query->have_posts() ) : $wp_query->the_post(); ?>
<li><?php the_title(); ?></li>

<?php foo_pagination(); ?>

<?php endwhile; ?>
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Sticky posts do add to the post count rather than being included in it. You can alter your query to ignore sticky posts though.

$allposts = array( 
    'post_type'           =>  'post',
    'posts_per_page'      =>  20,
    'ignore_sticky_posts' => true
);

But you are also missing pagination parameters.

$paged = (get_query_var('paged')) ? get_query_var('paged') : 1;
$allposts = array( 
    'post_type'           =>  'post',
    'posts_per_page'      =>  20,
    'ignore_sticky_posts' => true,
    'paged'               => $paged
);
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Accepted and upvoted. The ignore sticky posts did the trick. I have my pagination parameters in the pagination function that I call, but thanks for including them (for future googlers). It's also worth noting that ignore_sticky_posts doesn't keep the sticky posts off the list, it just treats them like other posts--they show up once. –  chowwy Feb 13 '13 at 2:23

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