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Apr
16
comment TCPDF and permalinks
I think I'm also going to follow the trail for how %category% works. As it seems the plugin only fails when this exists. For now i'm just going to use %postname% as a temporary fix.
Apr
16
comment TCPDF and permalinks
Hmm, interesting. Will check that out, thanks.
Mar
20
comment Search results load individual post in slide out div
Thanks so much for the detailed response. This is essentially the same process I have been using, but I've got some excellent tips off you in terms of functionality. Especially the points about double serving content (A problem I already encountered) and the use of the history API. Thanks again!!
Mar
7
comment Search results load individual post in slide out div
No, simply just best practices and methods of how others might do this. Just advice :)
Mar
6
comment Hook into a function without a hook?
That's what I feared. Ok thanks for clarifying.
Dec
4
comment Post_count only shows the number of results per page
..and as simple as that, it works. Thanks so much guys!
Nov
26
comment Is there a full explanation on how to share a database with two Wordpress sites on same server?
Sorry to be confusing. I currently have free content in one wordpress site. I now have a premium paid site on a subdomain. I want my paid site to search it's own posts but also pull in the posts from the free site. I want the premium site to display the free posts with the premium theme. My question is, what is the best way to achieve this? Sorry if it's quite vague, but I really just need some sort of guidance.
Nov
23
comment Search another database with wp_query using new wpdb
Hm.. I agree, i'm not keen on remote SQL, but for now i think im trying to find a RAW method and then aim for tidying up later. I want to see how it can be done. It was suggested that having the two searches perform and then use an array_merge.. The mystery continues. I'll check out some RSS agg but I have some further customisation on the posts which could cause it to break down. Thanks for your response.
Nov
17
comment WP_Query breaks pagination
Ok, thank you. Sorry still learning the ins and outs of wp_query.
Nov
17
comment WP_Query breaks pagination
I checked all of that, but i managed to almost get it working by adding in $limit = get_option('posts_per_page'); and posts_per_page=".$limit.". This works but now my $wp_query->post_count shows '10' on every page, even if 13 results are found. Almost there!!
Nov
17
comment WP_Query breaks pagination
Iv'e corrected this. And thanks but no joy. Any other ideas?
Nov
13
comment Pull posts from another wordpress install on same server
p.s. I've added some of my actual code for reference with actual object names etc.
Nov
13
comment Pull posts from another wordpress install on same server
Hm, sounds very logical! Yes I was looking at all options people had tried, I'd prefer to use this method you have outlined. I'll give it a go now, I may have further questions, hope that's ok.
Nov
13
comment Pull posts from another wordpress install on same server
I also found this post but it uses query_posts, ideally I want it to use my wp_query call. corvidworks.com/articles/wordpress-content-on-other-pages
Nov
13
comment Pull posts from another wordpress install on same server
I have some further queries here. Can I use this method in a search. I want to make all posts on the public site searchable from within the private subdomain. I'm using wp_query, how would this tie in. I'll be testing this myself in the mean time. Thanks
Oct
24
comment Pull posts from another wordpress install on same server
Excellent, that helps greatly. Thanks again
Oct
24
comment Pull posts from another wordpress install on same server
I think I need to go back to the drawing board on this one. Thanks for the second instance of wpdb though, that's planted some ideas in my head.
Oct
24
comment Pull posts from another wordpress install on same server
Sorry I didn't make that clear, it is a separate db. So does that mean that whenever a post is submitted to the live site, it updates it's own db and then also the subdomain db? To be honest i'm not sure what the best method for this would be?
Oct
18
comment Using wp_mail in functions.php
I'm going to look into this. Probably not. Sorry to waste your time. facepalm
Oct
18
comment Using wp_mail in functions.php
Annoyingly, It looks like the reason it's not sending is because I'm working locally on a virtual host. I'm guessing this is the reason right?