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I am creating many pages and store them into the database. I am first styling them and than storing them. The idea is to use page.php to check the page id and display the needed post. This is all good, but I have many pages in the website. WHich means I have to perform the following statement many time.

<?php        
 if(is_page(14)) {
   global $wpdb;
   $findContent = $wpdb->get_var("SELECT post_content  FROM wp_posts WHERE post_title = 'Why ......'");
    get_template_part( 'localnav' );
    echo $findContent;
  }
?>

My question is is that a good rpactice or is there a better idea? Note there asome pages which look alike, maybe I can create catogories, but is it possible to select part of the content and put it in a div for example?

  • But if it looks like that and I use the default template for a page, nothing is displayed – Vanina Yordanova Dec 15 '17 at 8:15
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WordPress is fetching current post for you, you have to only type to the right url. When you get e.g. to example.com/lorem-ipsum/ WordPress will load automatically post with title Lorem ipsum and display it using page.php template. Your page.php template should be looking something like that.

<?php get_header(); ?>

    <div id="content">

        <?php while ( have_posts() ) : the_post(): ?>

            <h1><?php the_title(); ?></h1>
            <?php the_content(); ?>

        <?php endwhile; ?>
    </div>

<?php
get_sidebar();
get_footer();

The concept of a loop is difficult to understand for novice developers. Only in the loop you can use functions like the_title orthe_content. Outside of the loop, these functions won't return you anything.

https://codex.wordpress.org/The_Loop

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