I have a website where I tag some posts with the title of a Page. For example, “Raking Leaves” might be tagged with “Autumn Activities”
Now I’m doing a query on the “Autumn Activities” page to return all posts tagged with “Autumn Activities” – this is where Raking Leaves should appear.
My query looks like this and it’s turning up empty. It works fine if the page was just one word – but when I’m querying a tag with two words it gets messed up.
<?php $subslug = $post->post_name; ?> <?php $my_query2 = "tag=" . $subslug . "+anothertag&cat=34"; $my_query2 = new WP_Query($my_query2); ?> <?php if ($my_query2->have_posts()) : while ($my_query2->have_posts()) : $my_query2->the_post(); ?>
The posts are definitely tagged correctly. I can’t seem to figure this out!
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
what is the purpose of that
"+anothertagwithin the query args?
have you checked your variables; i.e. echoed
You should use the slug version of the page title ($post->post_name) which should match the slug of the tag.
I think I am using the slug version when I use this – <?php $subslug = $post->post_name; ?>
The another tag would be – they had to be marked with 2 tags – so one tag is one word “anothertag” or “leaves” plus a two word tag “raking leavings”.
Still haven’t figured this out!
I’ve just tried a simple experiment with multi-word tags and two tag queries and it all worked fine for me.
You need to echo your
$my_query2variable, while it is the query parameter and before it has the new
WP_Queryobject assigned to it. (Quite frankly that’s an awful way to code — reusing that variable like that).
Then post it here.
It was just for test purposes the $my_query2 – but I completely agree.
I figured out my problem! You helped and then I was still calling an old version of the variable instead of the right one in a different spot.
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