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Dec
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answered How to display a single(current) post from a category
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comment How to display a single(current) post from a category
I am starting to understand your confusion. Please answer me: where did you place this code in your theme's folder: index.php? page.php? single.php?
Dec
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comment How to display a single(current) post from a category
Not clear : if you only want the current post, why would you bother searching it by category? Something is not logical in your question : if you are on the URL of the post you are looking for, then you already have the post! You might just check that it has a certain category applied to it, but you already have it. And you can directly echo the_title, the_content, etc. without having to execute a query_posts...
Dec
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answered Count posts published in one particular day: the lighter way
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Dec
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answered Create subpage - filter parent pages list
Dec
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answered querying posts by custom taxonomy terms right from a querystring based URL
Dec
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comment add short code not working
Great, well done! Then choose kaiser or myself to vote for! This is just like activating a plugin: one click!
Dec
11
comment add short code not working
Yes, this is what I told you to do. Add the comments there and upload your file. Then your plugin will become visible in yourdomain.com/wp-admin/plugins.php, where you will be able to activate it. I think Kaiser is getting surprised that you are already coding plugins while still struggling to use them! ;-)
Dec
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comment add short code not working
It might just have been a misunderstanding on what "activate" means. I think it has become clearer now... ;-)
Dec
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answered add short code not working
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answered Getting Post Permalink Outside of Loop Not Working
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answered Limit Loop to 5 Posts?
Dec
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comment Is there a way to add a custom input field for every taxonomy term in WP post editor?
So is this the right answer for you? Keep us posted.
Dec
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comment Is there a way to add a custom input field for every taxonomy term in WP post editor?
The name of your custom post field does that for you. Naming it _post_cheerfulness, you can strip off "_post_" and get the name of the term : "cheerfulness". Or you could use another prefix, like _rate_cheerfulness, etc. You only need to stay consistent with your own naming convention.
Dec
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answered Custom taxonomy: same terms, but for different years
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answered Is there a way to add a custom input field for every taxonomy term in WP post editor?
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comment Hidden Custom Post Type
As majorano84 says. Use public => false as argument when registering the custom post type.