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comment Including Older Version of jQuery for IE7/IE8
Thanks for this. After reading your comment I've read a few articles about using WP's default jQuery. Completely baffled as to why this barebones theme I'm using decides to include jQuery in this way.
Feb
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asked Including Older Version of jQuery for IE7/IE8
Jan
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comment Let Users Filter Posts by Custom Fields
I'll check it out and give it a go. I really don't want to drop using Advanced Custom Fields as I find it's so powerful. It's just finding a way around this problem that doesn't impact performance. Javascript perhaps...?
Jan
29
comment Let Users Filter Posts by Custom Fields
Thank you for this, however I'm unable to use custom taxonomies because my custom fields are a bit more intricate. Also, I need to use things like Select Menus and Checkboxes to make it as easy as possible for the admin to make changes to the cars.
Jan
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asked Let Users Filter Posts by Custom Fields
Jan
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asked Click Swatch, Change Image
Jan
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comment Query Posts Via WordPress URL
I don't think the Taxonomy Field is an option since there's still more fields that accept multiple values (Repeater Field, Checkbox Field) I'm going to need to get multiple terms from. The plugin author seems convinced it's possible. See here and here. Confused what to think.
Jan
11
comment Matching Serialized Arrays with meta_query
Looking at the Codex but can't work out what I'm doing wrong. I'll keep trucking on with it and try and post back with the correct solution.
Jan
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comment Matching Serialized Arrays with meta_query
So, like the edit I've made to the original post above??
Jan
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Jan
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comment Matching Serialized Arrays with meta_query
How would I go about adding a meta query for each type? Sorry, I'm so trying to wrap my head around how this works.
Jan
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comment Matching Serialized Arrays with meta_query
@Rarst I tried to explode it like so: $type = explode(',', '"' . $_GET['type'] . '"');. I realise that it isn't the best solution. I read your response to a similar post here: wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/25945/…
Jan
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comment Query Posts Via WordPress URL
@Milo Is there any way to convert that serialized array? Or a solution to match multiple terms? Or is it simply impossible?
Jan
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asked Matching Serialized Arrays with meta_query
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revised Query Posts Via WordPress URL
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Jan
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comment Query Posts Via WordPress URL
But since this data is saved as a serialized array, shouldn't the LIKE query match against the custom field value in the serialized array? Edited original question above with my example.
Jan
11
comment Query Posts Via WordPress URL
@Milo That makes sense. Though, I did see a [post on the ACF forum][1] from the plugin author that mentioned sending multiple values through like this: website.com?foo=bar|bar2|bar3 and exploding via the '|'. Would that be possible? [1]: support.advancedcustomfields.com/forums/topic/…
Jan
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comment Query Posts Via WordPress URL
Sorry, my bad, I've updated it with the full code block.
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