Voetberg: But I can narrow it down to a category
Topp: Or I cannot narrow it down to a category
Bahr: Xpistos: you could list out the terms, and append some custom var to the URL. so let’s say were on domain.com/my-archives/ — have the links be /my-archives/?some_var=term_id
Benway: I tried to use category_name=slug but no luck there
Bahr: Then use pre_get_posts to check for some_var to modify your query with tax_query
Bahr: Xpistos: you could TRY ?cat=TERM_ID
Bahr: For giggles. might work.
Maddy: Bahr: no dice. http://alt3redegos.com/?some_var=ae-shotcast shows me all the posts with too much info, I what just categories to look like this: http://alt3redegos.com/post-archive/?preview=true&preview_id=6466&preview_nonce=7dddace176
Bahr: Xpistos: some_var was a placeholder variable
Bahr: You need to pick what some_var is
Bahr: Xpistos: what is an ID of a category
Bahr: Real quick i’ll test cat=
Stefl: Is there a sort of way to do “child” folder for plugins like themes so my changes to plugins arent lost on update?
Bahr: Xpistos: you are trying to filter the homepage?
Fontneau: Bahr: catagories from it yes
Bahr: Sisccl: that’s what custom hooks and filters are for :
Bahr: Xpistos: ok so /?cat=19 works but redirects you to that catgegory
Bahr: You’re going to need to implement pre_get_posts hook with a custom variable for flagging
Bahr: Some_var was a dummy name
Storage: Right and that is good to show me the actual posts, but I need to just see a list not the actual posts so, just the titles
Stargell: Bahr: http://alt3redegos.com/category/podcasts/ae-shotcast/ does the same
Bahr: Xpistos: well to change the output you’d have to modify your theme template file for homepage to adjust the output if your some_var is set in the URL
Bahr: Or use template_include to change the templaet being loaded
Bahr: There’s a number of ways to skin this cat 😀
Bahr: You could also jsut change the template for your categories if you don’t mind it not filtering the hoempage
Krausz: Bahr: Thanks. I will have to read up on how to do that when I have more time
Sorice: Xpistos: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Template_Hierarchy
Greenup: Xpistos: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Plugin_API/Action_Reference/pre_get_posts
Marshak: Xpistos: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Cl***_Reference/WP_Query
Bahr: Check tax_query for pre_get_posts
Bahr: Donlyuk: why do you have an index file that includes wp-blog-header ?
Bahr: Are you saying /public_html/index.php is requiring /wordpress/wp-blog-header or visa versa?
Bahr: Donlyuk: you’d just redirect traffic to /wordpress first of all
Savaria: Just set a proper do***entroot and use fallbackresource
Savaria: No need for crazy setups
Bahr: I use wp blog header jsut to run quick custom scripts
Bahr: No idea codex out there said to use it for that purpose ha
Donlyuk: Ok the answer to my question is no, it should work fine without modifying my rewrite rules
Stoudymire: Someone know ig is possible to add taxonomy/categories using the woocommerce rest api?
Wide: So I am scheduling a wp_cron job and it looks like everything is setup correctly, but it isn’t running the job
Heimlicher: Do I need to call wp_cron in my init action?
Decato: Where could I grab some WordPress statistics?
Guilbeault: I’m doing a seminar paper.
Ahonen: PrintForever: wordpress.org