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accepted Have lots of meta for posts, is it better to get at all at once or each individually
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comment Have lots of meta for posts, is it better to get at all at once or each individually
Can I say both of you answered this question?
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comment Have lots of meta for posts, is it better to get at all at once or each individually
Cool, thanks for the link. Since I will be displaying certain meta data above and below the post content and based on category(ies) the post is assigned to I'll probably call each individually within separate methods, i.e. contact_info, social_inks etc and display them as I need to. Thanks for your help!
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comment Have lots of meta for posts, is it better to get at all at once or each individually
Thanks! Yes I am performing this in a standard WP_Query. In my category.php and single.php templates. I do need a little bit of meta in category template. Good to know about the meta cache. I should have known this, DOH!
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comment wp_editor on front end media upload jquery live error
the editor is just in a hidden div. However, I am not sure what I did but noe the media upload thick box shows up after pressing the "Upload/Insert media" at the top of the wp_editor. I do need to tweak what is displayed within the thick box. So I am wondering if there is a better way to handle the image and video uploads than using the default thick box.
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asked wp_editor on front end media upload jquery live error
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revised How to set a custom post type to not show up on the front end
added the code I used to fix my issue in addition to code provided by another user
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accepted How to set a custom post type to not show up on the front end
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comment How to set a custom post type to not show up on the front end
Thanks! All of my slideshow 404 errors in Google are now gone. I added public => false, has_archive => false and publicly_queryable => false and they no longer show up as 404 errors. I did add the code you provided to my functions.php file "just in case". Thanks again!
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comment How to set a custom post type to not show up on the front end
The slideshow uses wp_get_attachment_image_src to pull in the images within a loop so there is no link to the slideshow custom post type. I did just set the "public" parameter in my register custom post type method to false. I'll see if that helps. Thanks for your input!
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accepted An adiitional function fires on my AJAX submit
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answered An adiitional function fires on my AJAX submit
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asked How to set a custom post type to not show up on the front end
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comment An adiitional function fires on my AJAX submit
Just added my AJAX function. Do you need the PHP functions as well?