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The only option you have is to write your own SQL into the posts_clauses filter, where you get an array of the JOIN, WHERE, ORDER, etc. clauses that you can alter, add to, remove, etc. One MAJOR MAJO …
answered Feb 7 '14 by Eric Holmes
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The issue is you are overriding the entire tax_query. When you go to the UK category archive, tax query is set to have the same thing you have for International, but you are nuking the current query. …
answered Nov 21 '13 by Eric Holmes
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Firstly, don't use query_posts. Create a new WP_Query object instead. Secondly, why would you need to add all the categories, if you are literally adding ALL categories? Would this not be the same as …
answered Mar 17 '14 by Eric Holmes
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Is the my_pagination() call within the same file as your $query declaration? If not, you need to put global $query; at the top of your template file where my_pagination() is being called. If this do …
answered Nov 6 '13 by Eric Holmes