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Query most popular terms by taxonomy over 2 week period

I have written SQL for a query that pulls the most used taxonomy terms for selected taxonomies that are published, do not have a parent post are not in a comma separated list over the past two weeks ...
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How to Get All Taxonomies AND All Terms For Each Taxonomy With Post Count Zero

Is there an easy way of obtaining every registered taxonomy and for each registered taxonomy, get all the terms for that taxonomy, and for each term, get the post count, without actually fetching all ...
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Use have_posts() with array of post results retrieved by $wpdb->get_results

I don't know if I'm retarded, crazy or just plain genius or not, but I've decided to use tags as a way to link content site-wide (a big ol' many-to-many relationship website for archiving various ...
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wp_get_object_terms() to get a list of all the terms attached to all the posts in the current query

How can I use wp_get_object_terms() to get a list of all the terms attached to all posts in the current query? For example, for the current query I want to get an array of the terms from the "Alfa" ...
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taxonomy query to output slugs instead IDs

So I got a custom search form with three dropdowns containing three different custom taxonomies. The problem is, I'd need the taxonomy slugs in the address for the search to fuction properly, because ...
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Tax Query trouble

I can't seem to figure this out. The following query works: $xxxx = new WP_Query(array( 'listset' => 'homepage', 'meta_query' => array( array ( 'key' => 'show_home', ...
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Exclude specific taxonomy term when using wp_get_post_terms

i have a single-post_type.php file where i constructud a breadcrumb (or similer to) i am currently using this to get the terms of this taxonomy: $terms = wp_get_post_terms( $post->ID, ...
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Generate multiple tag query URLs

As we know WordPress supports multiple tag queries (',' and '+'). The only problem with this add_query_arg() doesn't handle these methods if a query param is already exists in the URL. From the ...
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Modify Taxonomy pages to exclude items in child taxonomies

I found this question: Theres a way to use $query->set('tax_query' in pre_get_posts filter? which seems to indicate that yes, you can alter the taxonomy query on taxonomy archives via ...
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Assign posts to taxonomy terms instead of the taxonomy terms to posts?

So I have a custom post type (people) with a related custom taxonomy (directory). Instead of editing a person and then choosing the related directory organizations I'd like to "edit" a directory org ...
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Changing stylesheet depending on custom taxonomy terms

My client would like the background & header colors to switch depending on terms within the custom taxonomy 'Grades'. These terms are kindergarten, first grade, second grade, etc... (all ...
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Taxonomy: Why 'with_front' => false DOES NOT WORK?

Seriously, why 'with_front' => false does not work as it should be? It is supposed to remove TAXONOMY BASE NAME and my question is why it does not work? I just dont want the taxonamy base slug ...
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How to pass URL parameters for advanced taxonomy queries with multiple terms for one custom taxonomy

This answer provides the code for a query that returns an OR match on a taxonomy term: global $query_string; $args['tax_query'] = array( array( 'taxonomy' => 'status' ,'terms' ...
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Advanced Tax Query

Below is my tax query, at the moment this returns all posts which have at least one of the specified terms. Is there a way I can have it return only posts which have ALL of the specified terms? ...
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Improving WP_Query performance for multiple taxonomies

I have a site with several custom taxonomies, and have found that one of the slowest parts of the site is attempting to query with an OR across several of these at once. I'm using a WP_Query like so: ...