tjsherrill

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accepted custom field as a boolean with a checkbox?
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comment converting custom field date format
I got it, meta(); is a template tag provided by the more-fields plugin. I simply used get_post_meta and it works great. thanks
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comment custom field as a boolean with a checkbox?
I can get the events post type if I remove the meta_query. The More-Fields plugin checkbox is returning a 1. But if I do key => event-archive, value => '1', and compare => =, and type = numberic, it does not return any events. Even though I have an event with the box checked.
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comment converting custom field date format
Rarst, this looks right but I am having trouble making it work 100%. $date = meta('event_date'); echo date('F j, Y', strtotime($date)); returns January 1 1970.... ideas?
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comment can I orderby one custom field and meta_query another in the same query
t31os, thanks for the help. I have it working just fine.
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comment can I orderby one custom field and meta_query another in the same query
t31os, this looks right. I am not 100% sure hot to move forward but this is pointing me in the right direction. Is there any connection between the initial meta_key/value and the meta_key/value in the meta_query? OR is it essentially saying, find all by these params then compare against the meta_query? If the later is the case then I could simply put event_date in the initial meta_key and then handle the event-month compare in the meta query. Does that make sense?