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reviewed Reviewed Avada Theme - Display results from a specific category
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reviewed Reviewed How to remove Filters from post admin page?
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reviewed No Action Needed WordPress keeps fetching the archive page instead of the template page
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reviewed Reviewed How to count file downloads using google analytics
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reviewed Reviewed Label images in a carousel associated to a post, and then filter posts by those labels
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comment Best filter to use for modifying custom fields on a post?
When is the modification of the custom fields supposed to happen?
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comment hide scripts, links and plugin directories from the <head> </head>
Are looking for Steps to Take to Hide the Fact a Site is Using WordPress?
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reviewed Reviewed Multisite single Wp_Posts table
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comment Get post ID and custom taxonomy of posts that belongs to certain category, efficient by SQL?
That is why I wrote effectively, because you can't buy yourself anything from the fact that it is very fast in optimal cases, you have to optimize the worst. The problem is that custom SQL queries aren't subject of caching, while the built-in API functions do a pretty good job on that. Just to note that too, 2-3s load time for a page with about 30 separate queries actually isn't that bad - and WP does it out-of-the-box. You could and should think about implementing some additional caching mechanism. So generally I would say stay with the build-in API functions and optimize your caching.
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comment Get post ID and custom taxonomy of posts that belongs to certain category, efficient by SQL?
I don't know this seems pretty much like a conundrum to me, because you are asking to optimize a "efficient" SQL query that effectively takes longer on its own than loading the whole page with build-in API functions.
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answered Code to Show for One post only in head
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answered Extend Individual Menu on Page Function to individual Submenue on Page Function?
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comment Extend Individual Menu on Page Function to individual Submenue on Page Function?
I would say just edit your question and replace the German explanations with English ones. Like I said the code speaks for itself, but it would be a nice thing to do, because optimally the questions and answers on here will help many other people. I think you misunderstood my source request, I thought actually more about the source of the code you are using, so probably the site of H.-Peter Pfeufer.
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comment Trouble Retrieving Thumbnail URL on Front-Page
My pleasure. I don't know, maybe a typo, maybe I missed something in the code you posted or it was something in the code didn't see - anyhow, it works now :) @Codette
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reviewed Reviewed Bash issue in Podcast Plugin?
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reviewed No Action Needed Bash issue in Podcast Plugin?
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reviewed Reviewed Efficient way to edit WordPress themes
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comment Trouble Retrieving Thumbnail URL on Front-Page
You're right about it being a good thing to implement the check, but it's likely not addressing the problem and using get_the_post_thumbnail() like this just won't work.
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revised Trouble Retrieving Thumbnail URL on Front-Page
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comment the_content and is_main_query
Thanks, I just really should have drank my tea first :) I see it now - it is indeed quite practical. Although logically it actually kind of sucks, because it probably should be named in_The_Loop as it is a main query only check - at least the function is. So if you want to check, not the main query but in the loop, you're back to square one - that wasn't the question though :)