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Apr
22
comment Can user meta be shown or hidden depending on user logged in status?
Thank you, @s_ha_dum . I'm still figuring out the best way to display the user profiles. Once that's settled, I'll come back and update this post.
Apr
22
comment Can user meta be shown or hidden depending on user logged in status?
The only reason I mentioned jquery is because I found a similar topic here but with a simpler request (append a class). So, certainly not set on using jquery.
Apr
22
comment Can user meta be shown or hidden depending on user logged in status?
Can you point me to how it's done (add the data before the page is rendered)? Thanks!
Apr
21
asked Can user meta be shown or hidden depending on user logged in status?
Apr
16
comment Page/Post path in Search Results
Search results return both posts and pages, not just posts. Thanks for trying, but that still wouldn't work.
Apr
16
revised Page/Post path in Search Results
edited for clarity
Apr
16
comment Page/Post path in Search Results
I know what breadcrumbs are, and that's not what I need.
Apr
16
asked Page/Post path in Search Results
Apr
15
asked Sidebar menu based on user role
Apr
8
comment Exclude member-only content on HTML Sitemap
@G.M. - Your first comment answered my question. The sitemap DOES exclude pages if the user isn't logged in. Next, I will attempt to rewrite the query without query_posts. Thank you.
Apr
8
comment Exclude member-only content on HTML Sitemap
@G.M. This page has nothing but the code above. Per that chart it seems OK to use query_posts, no?
Apr
8
comment Exclude member-only content on HTML Sitemap
Clarification: I use Wordpress Access Control to set post visibility by User Role. Right now the Sitemap shows all posts even when the user is not logged in.
Apr
8
comment Exclude member-only content on HTML Sitemap
@G.M. - What should I use instead of query_posts?
Apr
8
comment Exclude member-only content on HTML Sitemap
@czerspalace - For this particular purpose, I need to check if the user is logged in. I'm not sure where to stick that in here.
Apr
7
comment Exclude member-only content on HTML Sitemap
Your answer is not related to my question at all. I'm not using yoast plugins, simply credited him for the code above, picked up at yoast.com/html-sitemap-wordpress
Apr
7
asked Exclude member-only content on HTML Sitemap
Mar
21
answered Show menu in sidebar if on specific page AND specific user role (is_page, current_user_can)
Mar
21
asked Show menu in sidebar if on specific page AND specific user role (is_page, current_user_can)
Mar
19
comment Exclude categories by ID
i've tried this, it didn't work for whatever reason. I should've mentioned that I was working with a Multisite setup, and the plugin is only compatible up to WP 3.6. I removed the plugin and rewrote the function completely, relying only on WP basics and Advanced Custom Fields. -- Thanks for giving it a shot.
Mar
19
comment Exclude categories by ID
Yes, it's a plugin: Taxonomy Images. Thanks, I've tried excluding term IDs like that, and in a zillion other ways. Feel like pulling my hair at this point.