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answered TinyMCE with custom buttons on a meta box
Jun
24
comment Join inside a wpdb query.. confused!
@Rarst: i was under the impression from what i read about a wp theme for classifieds that there maybe was some difficulty in emailing authors prior to post deletion (hence this is why i looked into the wpdb query), i do know that post deletion using wp_cron can only be activated when the post is viewed in the browser after deletion time has passed and this is what i was trying to avoid, hence the emails for author notification that the post will be hard deleted on a specific date and at a specific time unless they renew said post, but i will certainly look into that for the next time.. regards
Jun
24
comment Join inside a wpdb query.. confused!
Thanks, favourited this one for future reference when i need to look up my JOINs the next time.. regards to both
Jun
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accepted Join inside a wpdb query.. confused!
Jun
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comment Join inside a wpdb query.. confused!
Brilliant... thanks, whats been confusing me mostly is these kind of things u.ID (notice the u, prefix) well i got what they were for about a minute before seeing you had posted u. for users table p. for posts table when using joins.. may i be so bold as to ask one more on-topic question to help me get this clearer whats the difference between join types?.. ie: INNER JOIN, LEFT JOIN etc
Jun
24
comment Join inside a wpdb query.. confused!
Hi Rarst, i will be using WP functions the code i provided was the code i was running through phpmyadmin to ensure that it worked, i have updated my opening post with the crux of the code that i will be using for the final query
Jun
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asked Join inside a wpdb query.. confused!
Jun
23
answered Using a number for limiting registering or banning on multisite
Jun
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revised orphaned taxonomy terms remove by sql query
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Jun
22
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Jun
22
comment Wordpress - connection information
+1 with pauls suggestion, i believe if you have a static IP that your server admin can allow that IP permission, will be other ways i imagine if not.
Jun
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accepted orphaned taxonomy terms remove by sql query
Jun
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comment orphaned taxonomy terms remove by sql query
all advice taken onboard, many thanks TDM... marked as answered
Jun
22
answered Installing a Plugin ( Which is already manually uploaded )
Jun
22
comment Installing a Plugin ( Which is already manually uploaded )
in the image you provided does it also show a .php file? this file will then give the plugin details onto wp-admin >> plugins dashboard, where you can activate it, where is this plugin from?
Jun
22
comment orphaned taxonomy terms remove by sql query
Gotchya,,, this wordpress thing has so many things to help that often the simplest solutions are already built in.. deffo need to spend more time knowing all these functions.. so going by the answer you have given i have updated my original post with a code solution to use wp_delete_posts am i know going on the right lines?
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revised orphaned taxonomy terms remove by sql query
typo and added the more info