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accepted Distinction on meta value on pre_get_posts
Aug
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answered Distinction on meta value on pre_get_posts
Aug
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comment Distinction on meta value on pre_get_posts
Thanks for the answer, unfortunately I wasn't able to figure out how to edit the SELECT clause without regex as I have no idea what WordPress may do in the future, so I don't really trust simple regexes for such a complex language. In the end I found out I could just group it by wp_postmeta.meta_value on it's own (without wp_posts.ID) and it worked!
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revised Distinction on meta value on pre_get_posts
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asked Distinction on meta value on pre_get_posts
Jul
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comment I get the following message The uploaded file could not be moved to /home/reascom/public_html/wp-content/uploads/2012/07
I'm having the same error, surprisingly it started suddenly, one day it was working and the other it wasn't. The permissions are set properly as well (0777)! Help would be greatly appreciated!
Jul
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answered How to pass custom options from widget form to widget update callback?
Apr
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revised Change custom post type to hierarchical after being registered
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Apr
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suggested approved edit on Change custom post type to hierarchical after being registered
Apr
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awarded  Altruist
Apr
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comment Drag posts and pages so you can sort them in order
@Uffo I've been using it on WordPress 3.3.1 and works fine.
Apr
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comment Drag posts and pages so you can sort them in order
@toscho just cos it's just a link doesn't mean it's not an answer..
Apr
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answered Drag posts and pages so you can sort them in order
Mar
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comment Buddypress Fake (non-bot) Users
Have tried Sabre? - wordpress.org/extend/plugins/sabre
Mar
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comment Buddypress Fake (non-bot) Users
Have you tried Akismet and/or reCAPTCHA?
Mar
30
comment Set Default Listing “View” in Admin
@Soulseekah, you're right, didn't think that through, I've updated the code to take into account all $_GET variables. As for the $_GET['post_type'], honestly, I wasn't too bothered with that as I only required it to be for a custom post type, which would always be there. Obviously this can be omitted. @EAMann, You are right, however, this was the best solution I could come up with. I tried manually setting $_GET parameters, hoping that it would be set BEFORE it was read, but this didn't seem to be to the case.
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revised Set Default Listing “View” in Admin
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awarded  Teacher
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answered Set Default Listing “View” in Admin
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