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I am developing one project and in this project i have to display all the posts related to particular category name.

I have searched a lot but i haven't got any idea to implement this.

How can i do this so that i can display all the posts from particular category/term

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Just use WP_Query() to generate your custom query, using the category parameters.

Assuming you know (or know how to get) the ID of the specific category, as $catid:

<?php
$category_query_args = array(
    'cat' => $catid
);

$category_query = new WP_Query( $category_query_args );
?>

Note: you could also pass the category slug to the query, via category_name, instead of cat.

Now, just output your loop:

<?php
if ( $category_query->have_posts() ) : while $category_query->have_posts() : $category_query->the_post();
// Loop output goes here
endwhile; endif;
?>
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That would depend on when and how exactly you want to use it - but generally speaking you can either use a custom query , or simply use

if in_category('my_cat_name_or_ID') {
//do whatever
}

if you want to learn about custom query : http://codex.wordpress.org/Custom_Queries

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  • yes this will work and i have done in other way
    – Arpi Patel
    Feb 1, 2012 at 9:00
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Below code will fetch post title from particular category name.

 <?php 
      $myposts = get_posts(array(
      'showposts' => 8, //add -1 if you want to show all posts
      'post_type' => 'your-post-type',
      'tax_query' => array(
                  array(
                        'taxonomy' => 'your-taxonomy',
                        'field' => 'slug',
                        'terms' => 'term-name' //pass your term name here
                          )
                        ))
                       );

        foreach ($myposts as $mypost) {
        // echo $mypost->post_title . '<br/>';
        // echo $mypost->post_content . '<br/>';
        // echo  $mypost->ID . '<br/><br/>';
        echo '<li class="faq"> <p class="title"><a href="' . get_permalink($mypost) . '">' . $mypost->post_title . '</a></p></li>';} ?>
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WP_Query's tax_query is, far and away, going to be the most flexible way to implement this. If you make the question a bit more specific, I should be able to crank out some sample code for you to get you going.

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You can use a plugin (WordPress Category Posts) for that.

WordPress Category Posts is a plugin for WordPress that creates a linked list of the posts in a specific category.

Use the following code wherever you want to list the posts for a category:

wp_cat_posts(get_cat_ID('your_category_name'));

Many thanks.

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 query_posts('category_name=my_category_name&showposts=5');
 while (have_posts()) : the_post();
 get_the_content();
 endwhile;
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