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Using a query result multiple times with differnt limit (4 posts)

  1. prionkor
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi, i am getting query result by query_posts and settings the post_per_page = -1 so i get all the posts depending on the query.

    Now i am showing the result multiple times in a page via the loop. Now my question is is there any way that i limit the result showing in different parts on the page?

    In the top i am showing a slider where i used has_post_thumbnails to show only the featured images.

    In the middle i need to show the recent posts with pagination.

    I hope you get the idea. If not let me know. I will try to explain again.

  2. alchymyth
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 3 years ago #

  3. Canha
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi,

    Try creating new queries. This should explain it all: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/query_posts

    If this doesn't work, let us know.

    If this topic is solved, please mark it as "Resolved" on your right sidebar.

    Cheers!

  4. prionkor
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi, sean. I surely can create a new query but i am trying to save unnecessary sql queries.

    @alchymyth: Thanks! I have checked those and not what i want. Here with an example:

    1. I have make a query which returns me all the posts.
    2. Now we have the results so we can use the rewind_posts() for echo the post as many times as we want in the page, right?
    3. Now the real issue :) the post_per_page; For the first one i am screening the has_post_thumbnail to show 5 featured image.
    4. In middle i will show the post that will paginate.
    5. The lower area the post will be screening by post format 'quote' :D

    i can do it via the old school break;

    $i =1; $limit = 5;
    while(){//the while in the loop
     //do stuff
     if($i == $limit) break; else $i++;
    }

    i just wanted to know if wordpress has anything available to modify the results so i don't have to do it manually.

    Thanks!

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