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Hey everyone here is what i have so far..... <?php$posts = get_posts('numberposts=10&order=DESC&category=68&orderby=post_title');foreach ($posts as $post) : start_wp(); ?><?php echo "<hr>"; ?><?php echo the_event_end_date( $id, $showtime, $dateFormat); ?><?php echo "<hr>"; ?><?php the_title(); ?><?php the_excerpt(); ?><?phpendforeach;?> I need the the_excerpt and the the_title to sort in order from soonest to later. (event happening soonest to the one happening later that year)This code the_event_end_date( $id, $showtime, $dateFormat); displayed the event date in this format....June 16, 2013How can i sort this I am out of ideas???PLz HELP!!!!http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/the-events-calendar/
I want to order my query by one of my custom field values. That custom field value is a repeater field inside a regular custom field. However, the problem is that my query is set to only show pages from a certain template, wich is done by the meta_key and meta_value attributes. As far as I get it the meta_key and meta_value should also be used to order my query. How can I do both? My query looks like this: query_posts(array( 'meta_key' => '_wp_page_template', 'meta_value' => 'template-kursny.php', 'showposts' => -1, 'post_type' => 'page', )); I've tried to google this for a while now and I've found similar cases but haven't found a working solution yet.
I am working on a blog for a friend's website. Upon testing the database which holds her blog posts (for security issues and whatnot), and dropping random rows from it, I have noticed that the id field does not re-organize itself. The way I will be displaying her posts (5 per page, with previous and next buttons) depends on the id being in order and with no gaps. Is there any way I can put in a script using PHP or MySQL to organize these in case of a row being removed once the blog goes live? Also, I have noticed that I can put in one entry, drop it, and then when I test another one the id starts back at 2. The only way to get it to start at 1 again that I have seen is going into PHPmyAdmin and emptying the table. Thanks,Mark