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Mar
26
accepted Why is the first query affecting the second query, even after wp_reset_query() and wp_reset_postdata(), but not on the second page?
Mar
26
awarded  Supporter
Mar
26
comment Why is the first query affecting the second query, even after wp_reset_query() and wp_reset_postdata(), but not on the second page?
@s_ha_dum Ah, my bad. I've updated the post to reflect the specifics.
Mar
26
awarded  Editor
Mar
26
revised Why is the first query affecting the second query, even after wp_reset_query() and wp_reset_postdata(), but not on the second page?
added specifics
Mar
26
asked Why is the first query affecting the second query, even after wp_reset_query() and wp_reset_postdata(), but not on the second page?
Mar
25
accepted Why doesn't /2013/01/ properly return January's archives in archive.php?
Mar
25
comment Why doesn't /2013/01/ properly return January's archives in archive.php?
Thank you. I didn't realize that WordPress doesn't "combine" the values like jQuery does.
Mar
25
asked Why doesn't /2013/01/ properly return January's archives in archive.php?
Mar
25
awarded  Student
Mar
24
comment Why does this loop only work on the homepage?
Thank you for your time. Your recommendation works perfectly. Regards,
Mar
24
awarded  Scholar
Mar
24
accepted Why does this loop only work on the homepage?
Mar
24
comment Why does this loop only work on the homepage?
Ah, but the point of sticky posts was intentional. The algorithm was planned to get all the sticky posts on the blog and display them in the slider. If I am understanding you correctly, my loop is actually incorrect in terms of its purpose, because you reference multiple pages of sticky posts, which is not what I was aiming for.
Mar
24
comment Why does this loop only work on the homepage?
Are you saying that the sticky posts are pulled from the current page? I specifically use a different loop than the one for pagination.
Mar
24
comment Why does this loop only work on the homepage?
Nothing really. I thought that WordPress wasn't querying the right stuff, so I added it to double check. It functions the same without the wp_reset_query.
Mar
24
asked Why does this loop only work on the homepage?