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Yes, you're on the right track. If the four taxonomies you mention are the slugs with which the taxonomies are registered, then you need to use those as the taxonomy parameters and the terms passed with them as the terms parameters for the different tax_query arrays. You'll also need to put the tax parameters to the shortcode_atts default array to have them ...


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For 99% of cases, no, you can't. Serialised data is not something you can search, and that is the fundamental problem. Not how to search it, but that it was serialised to begin with. Serialising is unnecessary. This is for the same reasons you cannot unscramble an egg, serialised data, especially PHP serialised data, is not built to be searched, neither is ...


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Someting like this? foreach ($subscribers as $user) { $users[] = array( 'label' => $user->display_name, 'value' => $user->display_name ); } Then do the array_merge with $users


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I got it to work by using the following code function get_gas_options($a) { $args = array( 'post_type' => 'fleet', 'orderby' => 'ID', 'post_status' => 'publish', 'order' => 'ASC', 'posts_per_page' => -1 // this will retrive all the post that is published ); $result = new WP_Query( $...


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var_dump($einzel); array(10) { [0]=> string(3) "144" [1]=> string(10) "21.05.2020" [2]=> string(10) "00.00.0000" [3]=> string(30) "Zugtag der Königsgilde Voitze" [4]=> string(14) " ab 10.00 Uhr " [5]=> string(0) "" [6]=> string(41) "Schützenhaus Voitze, Salzwedeler Straße&...


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