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Oct
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comment Including 'cat' => $cat breaks meta_query
I understand quite a few people could not replicate the problem, however, Wordpress just released a quick bugfix update that seems to have to do with this issue, so I am, of course, going to update and see if it alleviates the issue. @ialocin I did try category_name, as well as category__in. It was very odd. It seems the only way I could get it to work was to use the category__not_in which was exactly the opposite of what I wanted. This is why building the array of all categories, then removing the categories I wanted to include was necessary. Kind of had to work backward. Thank you all.
Oct
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answered Including 'cat' => $cat breaks meta_query
Oct
29
comment Including 'cat' => $cat breaks meta_query
@ialocin unfortunately, this did not solve the problem.
Oct
29
revised Including 'cat' => $cat breaks meta_query
removing array_merge
Oct
29
comment Including 'cat' => $cat breaks meta_query
removing the array_merge doesn't change anything. Not sure how it ended up there myself. :| Thanks though.
Oct
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asked Including 'cat' => $cat breaks meta_query
Oct
6
accepted Looking for a way to exclude frontpage and nav menu from query filter
Oct
6
accepted Using $wpdb to update current post
Oct
2
comment Ajax Form seems to post, but does not return
I knew I was missing something. That did it. Thank you so much.
Oct
2
accepted Ajax Form seems to post, but does not return
Oct
2
comment Ajax Form seems to post, but does not return
yes. i am not getting any $ not defined error, and the header response is 200 ok. The form data is being sent in the header, as well. It just doesn't seem to be finding the function, or,...maybe it's just been a long day, and the function is not returning correctly, but for the life of me, i can't see where this is breaking down.
Oct
2
asked Ajax Form seems to post, but does not return
Sep
12
answered Looking for a way to exclude frontpage and nav menu from query filter
Sep
12
awarded  Editor
Sep
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revised Looking for a way to exclude frontpage and nav menu from query filter
adding information
Sep
12
comment Looking for a way to exclude frontpage and nav menu from query filter
@cybnet unfortunately have a static frontpage as opposed to home.
Sep
12
comment Looking for a way to exclude frontpage and nav menu from query filter
primarily because it doesn't seem to be working when i add it as a conditional, and secondarily, because this states that because pre_get_posts runs before WP_Query, is_front_page() is not available.
Sep
12
asked Looking for a way to exclude frontpage and nav menu from query filter
Mar
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answered Using $wpdb to update current post