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I'm a WordPress enthusiast from Toronto, Canada. I work at Zeitguys Inc. and produce premium WordPress solutions.

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Jul
27
revised Convert simple SQL Query to WordPress query
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Jul
27
comment Convert simple SQL Query to WordPress query
Yes, I guess I forgot to add $wpdb->query( $query ); to the end of mine. :)
Jul
27
revised Convert simple SQL Query to WordPress query
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Jul
27
comment Convert simple SQL Query to WordPress query
If you want to run that exact query from within WordPress, just use the global $wpdb object's `query' and 'prepare' functions. Adding example in answer.
Jul
27
answered Convert simple SQL Query to WordPress query
Apr
8
answered Custom post type and google visibility
Mar
27
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
20
revised Mapping another domain to a page tree
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Mar
20
asked Mapping another domain to a page tree
Mar
18
awarded  Self-Learner
Mar
3
comment Query Posts that have Custom Taxonomy
Yes, the quick approach that you took (using {taxonomy_slug} => {term_slug} instead of tax_query uses the slug.
Feb
24
comment Display a portion/ branch of the menu tree using wp_nav_menu()
Fantastic solution, @Rarst! As always.
Feb
19
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
21
reviewed Approve How to open up comments to all visitors
Jan
19
comment Fetch posts list from fist CPT taxonomy term and list under 2. CPT
I think that Post 2 Post would be a better solution for you. Removes the proxy Writers taxonomy. This plugin is written by some big names in WP, so it's a trusted tool for sure. wordpress.org/plugins/posts-to-posts
Nov
6
answered Adding class to featured image
Nov
5
revised Backbone.js and WP API
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Nov
5
revised Periodically getting jQuery “… is not a function” errors
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Nov
5
comment Periodically getting jQuery “… is not a function” errors
:) I'd suggest keeping them as dependencies, just to ensure if you move things around later they will load properly. Also it shows you exactly what my-script requires. ;)
Nov
5
answered Periodically getting jQuery “… is not a function” errors