I have a custom plugin that was written by someone, I can't reach anymore. It has a search option, that produces a table with seminars in different cities.

Right now I can have a query with this shortcode:

[kurssuche class="course_search" place="1"]

that shows a table with all seminars in the city "1". How can I produce a table which shows seminars for two or more cities?

I'm new to this, any help is much apprechiated!

This is the code:

    if(isset($_REQUEST['search']) || $atts['place']!='')
        if(isset($_REQUEST['city']) && $_REQUEST['city'])
            $where[] = "city = '".$_REQUEST['city']."'";
        else if($atts['place'] && $_REQUEST['city']!=='0')
            $where[] = "city = '".$atts['place']."'";

            $courseplanList = $wpdb->get_results($query);
  • Without looking at the codebase for that plugin there's no way for us to tell if it supports that functionality, let alone how it's implemented. If I had to take a wild guess I would think it would be place="1,2,3" but that's just a guess – mrben522 Feb 13 at 15:44
  • place="1,2" only produces results for the first city. I added the code for the search. – Dominik Stürzer Feb 13 at 16:02
  • Please add more of the code. The code produces a MySQL Query, that then is sent to the mysql server (by $wpdb->get_results). Without seeing how the MySQL Query is built exactly, we won't be able to help you. – kuchenundkakao Feb 13 at 16:23
  • The plugin will need modification to look for and accept an array from the place attribute. – jdm2112 Feb 13 at 16:51

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