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Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
10
awarded  Excavator
Jun
10
revised How can I tell if I'm on a custom post type archive page?
is_archive() doesn't support any parameters. At least not anymore. Edit approved by author of the answer.
Jun
10
suggested approved edit on How can I tell if I'm on a custom post type archive page?
Jun
10
comment How can I tell if I'm on a custom post type archive page?
As far as I can see, codex clearly says is_archive() does not accept any parameters. Source code backs that up.
Jun
10
comment condition for only if is archive for default post type
Doesn't this miss is_tag() etc features of the is_archive()? I find it perplexing I can't use is_post_type_archive( "post" ) to differentiate between blog posts and other post types.
Jan
27
awarded  Necromancer
Jul
9
revised Stale $GLOBALS['post'] after custom WP_Query empty result set bothers my template, whose fault is this?
add info how the global query is overwritten
Jul
9
comment Stale $GLOBALS['post'] after custom WP_Query empty result set bothers my template, whose fault is this?
I think I will just destroy the original query with "posts_where" filter from inside "pre_get_posts". That should restore sanity to the world.
Jul
8
asked Stale $GLOBALS['post'] after custom WP_Query empty result set bothers my template, whose fault is this?
Jul
6
awarded  Yearling
Jul
6
asked How to get vim to autocomplete WordPress API functions?
Jun
18
awarded  Talkative
May
28
comment How do I safely force get_theme_mod() to use a defined get_option(“stylesheet”) value?
Hmmm good thinking going a level higher with the pre_get_option filter, not sure why I didn't think of that (answer: past midnight!). I'll put together some example code and let's possibly edit the answer then if you like it.
May
28
comment How do I safely force get_theme_mod() to use a defined get_option(“stylesheet”) value?
I am not sure I follow. This looks like hardcoding a single value, while I would want to re-use the whole array. Looking at get_theme_mod(), I would rather expect some filter that lets me override $mods in get_theme_mods().
May
28
asked How do I safely force get_theme_mod() to use a defined get_option(“stylesheet”) value?
Apr
6
answered Is it possible to disable caching of an option when using w3 total cache?
Jan
26
comment group posts by taxonomy terms
Cached with transients?