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Mar
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comment Enumerating over a category of links
This could probably be used to solve your other problem: wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/44903/…
Mar
8
revised How to remove 'create new post' entry for a custom post type?
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Mar
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comment Custom post type getting wrong categories and tags
You'll want to use wp_reset_postdata after your $queryObject loop. Just above <div class="entry-info"> will do.
Mar
8
answered Custom post type getting wrong categories and tags
Mar
8
comment Unable to use custom taxonomy with front end post form
mmm... seems ok. May be try manually giving a value, e.g. $locations=array(5) where 5 is the ID of your custom taxonomy term. Also try displaying what you are receiving in $_POST with wp_die and var_dump. Apart from that I can't really help, looks to be the correct usage of wp_insert_post
Mar
8
answered Delete Post With No Traffic?
Mar
8
comment Is there a plugin that provides a stackoverflow style editor for wordpress?
It's saved to db as HTML so you can deactivate without any problems.
Mar
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Mar
7
comment Unable to use custom taxonomy with front end post form
oops, syntax error. I have updated my answer.
Mar
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revised Unable to use custom taxonomy with front end post form
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Mar
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comment Unable to use custom taxonomy with front end post form
Same place you put $tags = $_POST['post_tags'];
Mar
7
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Mar
7
comment Unable to use custom taxonomy with front end post form
Certainly, see updated answer with example
Mar
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revised Unable to use custom taxonomy with front end post form
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answered Unable to use custom taxonomy with front end post form
Mar
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answered Condition display metabox in case the post is saved
Mar
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comment Remove posts from query for events whose start date has passed
You'll probably find you need to use 'Y-m-d'. Most date functions would be able to interpret such a string, and also without leading zeros the sorting might be out. Consider: '2012 1 3', '2012 11 31' and '2012 2 3'
Mar
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answered Remove posts from query for events whose start date has passed
Mar
7
answered Show values of dynamically created custom meta keys