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When I started out with Wordpress I was anti-plugin. I wanted to add everything in my theme's functions.php. When I looked at the bigger picture it began making sense having and leaving some functionalities inside a plugin. There are many write-ups on the subject of what should go into a plugin and what should go into a theme. I, for one, have done one or ...
I didn't do this recently but in 2014, in a few WordPress projects that I need additional tables I used Laravel components. In WordPress, if you want to create your own tables by using wpdb and mysql queries. But with the Laravel database classes I managed to do this much more elegantly. A quick rundown how I do this: (note: At the time, I used Laravel 4 ...
can I just create one using PHPMYADMIN ? Yes.You can. And its a shortest way to do it.
First of all you are trying to combine both of the tables by post_parent. $wpdb->posts.post_parent = $wpdb->ftcalendar_events.post_parent I guess data in the ftcalendar_events has children of posts table, try $wpdb->posts.ID = $wpdb->ftcalendar_events.post_parent Also you can try joining tables: SELECT * FROM $wpdb->posts JOIN ...
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