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Dec
10
comment Change permalink based on post category
Thanks, I didn't think of that. This would be a great idea if I were starting a site from scratch. The part that makes my situation sticky is that the site already has a few hundred posts, so changing the permalink based on their current category would be ideal.
Jun
13
comment Paginate pages with dynamic query
I will give this a go and see what happens. Currently I pass an array of fields like so: $arrays=array( array( 'key' => 'attraction_type', 'value' => $attraction_type, 'compare' => 'LIKE' ), ... more arrays where the variable corresponds to the field value. Then I query the posts and filter out the ones that don't have the selected checkbox amenities. Previously I passed the checkbox array to my meta_query array and it weighed the loadtime down and crashed the site.
Jun
13
comment Paginate pages with dynamic query
I will definitely add get_permalink(), thanks for catching that. I never thought about passing my meta key/values to the link itself. The main problem with that is my search form has checkboxes so I am actually passing the meta_query an array that contains all fields of the form some(checkboxes) being arrays themselves.
Jun
13
comment Paginate pages with dynamic query
Edit: Added my code
Dec
3
comment WP_Query meta compare must include ALL array values
I saw some posts that were related but none that actually explicitly answered my question. From what I gathered doing a loop and excluding posts based on their meta is the only solution.