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Hello, my name is Michael Ecklund, and I am an experienced Minnesota Web Designer.

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Mar
25
revised Select all in parent category, group by child category?
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Mar
25
revised Select all in parent category, group by child category?
updated examples for clarification
Mar
25
comment Select all in parent category, group by child category?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Mar
25
comment Select all in parent category, group by child category?
If you want all seasons in a series... Then, only query by series and don't even specify the seasons. Seasons would be an irrelevant part of the query at that point.
Mar
25
comment Select all in parent category, group by child category?
Well that's not really what your mockups are demonstrating. but yeah, just add to the array.... instead of just array( 'season-1' ); you could do array( 'season-1', 'season-2', 'season-3' ); etc.
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Mar
25
comment Select all in parent category, group by child category?
The first array specifies the name of the series, the second array specifies the name of the season. and when I say name, I'm actually meaning the slug.
Mar
25
answered Select all in parent category, group by child category?
Mar
25
comment Select all in parent category, group by child category?
@Prefix Instead of specifying terms => 'season-1' specify the slug of the series. That will get you all episodes in a specific series. Then you can just use wp_get_object_terms(); to see what season the episode belongs to in the series.
Mar
20
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Mar
17
revised current_user_can not always working properly
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Dec
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accepted How to Add Pages Under Custom Post Type URL Structure?
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accepted WP_Editor - Saving Value into Plugin Option - Stripping HTML
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23
accepted Theming Using Bootstrap Glyphicons and WordPress Dashicons
Dec
23
accepted Custom Post Type with Nested Taxonomy and Template Files
Dec
23
comment How to Add Pages Under Custom Post Type URL Structure?
@Milo Creating a post object for these archives is necessary. It allows my users to add post_content to these "archive pages". So they can describe what the page is about, my plugin then appends archive information to their post_content.
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23
answered How to Add Pages Under Custom Post Type URL Structure?
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