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Apr
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accepted Use a template file for a specific url without creating a page
Apr
13
comment Use a template file for a specific url without creating a page
Thanks for the reply, and sorry for the late answer. I used this solution and it works perfect. $url_path = trim(parse_url(add_query_arg(array()), PHP_URL_PATH), '/'); $templatename = 'retail'; $pos = strpos($url_path, $templatename); if ($pos !== false) {
Apr
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Apr
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comment Use a template file for a specific url without creating a page
Thanks for your answer. I can not get the above code to work. This is never true: "if ( $url_path === 'retail' ) {" The $url_path is a string with the value: "example.com/retail";
Mar
30
comment Use a template file for a specific url without creating a page
I dont have access to the .htaccess file in this case. Is there any other way?
Mar
30
asked Use a template file for a specific url without creating a page
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Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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Feb
11
comment Disable default Wordpress widgets in sidebar
Thanks for the reply. I dont have a hardcoded function, i only use <?php dynamic_sidebar( 'sidebar-main' ); ?>. Could it be that when I activate a clean wordpress installation, and it uses twentyfourteen by default, it copies that theme's default widgets into my theme when I change to my theme under Apparence/Theme?
Feb
11
asked Disable default Wordpress widgets in sidebar
Apr
17
comment Make posts_per_page value the same on all pages
Hi Stephen and thanks for your detailed answer. I fixed all that you mentioned regarding the code. But if I just use the standard WP loop, and set Post per page in WP settings/read to 8, and have 1 sticky post in the db, the first page still shows 9 posts, the rest shows 8.
Apr
16
comment Make posts_per_page value the same on all pages
I would think that this would be a common problem. No one ever stumbled upon this before?
Apr
16
comment Make posts_per_page value the same on all pages
Thanks for your answer. The above code is in the index.php file. And then i use <?php get_template_part( 'loop', 'index' ); ?>to load how the content is shown. I Also have single.php, archive.php, page.php and so on to show a diffrent layout there.
Apr
16
awarded  Scholar
Apr
16
accepted Multiple loops on index page with sticky post and pagination
Apr
15
asked Make posts_per_page value the same on all pages
Apr
15
revised Multiple loops on index page with sticky post and pagination
Updated with the solution from @m0r7if3r
Apr
15
comment Multiple loops on index page with sticky post and pagination
@m0r7if3r Ok, I got the sticky post to show up on only the first page with this code: if( $paged != True ) But that makes the first page have 1 more post then the rest of the pages. Is there a solution to this? Cause I use a icon for the post, so its important for the layout with only 8 posts per page.
Apr
15
comment Multiple loops on index page with sticky post and pagination
@m0r7if3r No the non-sticky post query uses 'post__not_in' => get_option('sticky_posts'), so that work as it is supposed to. But if you look at the code, the sticky post query loads every time, cause it loads before the non-sticky post (as it is supposed to). How do I use the $page variable? Its always echo "1", no mater what page I am on (eg. /page/2, /page/3