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I have many users on my website, out of some has status "elite". I am saving this status in meta key/value for each user ('meta_key' => 'elite_member', 'meta_value' => '1').

I want to display randomly 2 user profiles in rotation on my site home page which has status "elite" so that each user profiles will appear same no. of times in rotation. I am able to get all the users with meta_key "elite" and meta_value="1"

$elite_members=get_users(array('meta_key' => 'elite_member', 'meta_value' => '1'));

But I am not able to get how to display 2 user profiles in rotation so that each user will get same no. of chance to appear on home page.

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As get_users does not support the order_by random, you could shuffle the array after calling the function.

If you want to distribute it even, you could make another meta_value, where you store the number of appearances per user, and call the get_users with this new meta_key in ascending sort_order - this way the user with the least appearances will be shown on the homepage.

  • could u pls write example of how to call get_users with new meta_key in ascending sort_order? I am not able to do that after looking the get_users parameters.Thanks – Ram Nov 28 '12 at 8:07

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