You always seem to come up with exactly the impossible code I need just as I need it ... I'm working with your new posts2posts code over here on a new site and of course really loving it ... the taxonomy relationships just weren't going to work and when you switched this over to have its own table ... yay ... answer to my prayers ... I reworked the whole structure of the site to implement it ... hitting a little snag today on the following though so wanted to see if I could get your input:
Here's the scenario:
I have these connections: ( snippet )
On my product sidebar I am using the code below to bring in a list of connected solutions separated by the taxonomies they are in:
global $post; $taxonomies = get_object_taxonomies('solution'); foreach( $taxonomies as $taxonomy ) : $taxinfo =get_taxonomy($taxonomy); echo $taxinfo->label; $solution_query = new WP_Query( array( 'post_type' => 'solution', 'taxonomy' => $taxonomy->name, /*'connected_from' => $post->ID, */ ) ); if($solution_query->have_posts()) : echo '<ul>'; while($solution_query->have_posts()):$solution_query->the_post(); $output =''; $output .= '<li><a href="' . get_permalink($post->ID) . '">'; $output .= $post->post_title; $output .= '</a></li>'; echo $output; endwhile; echo '</ul>'; endif; endforeach;
notice that I have commented out the connected_from parameter?
With it commented out, the query returns as it should with the taxonomy headings correct and the for each working as it should ... But if I uncomment the connected_from, I lose the foreach capability.
Any ideas why the foreach won't work with the connected_from in there?
As always your input is highly valued and anticipated ...