Thanks for the fantastic plugin!
Just a quick question, how can I use QMT within my design templates?
If I use “index.php?genre=horror&age-certificate=18” then QMT does return the correct list of posts. However, in my template I am trying to display a list of posts from the custom type ‘movie’, that match a specific taxonomy e.g.
$relatedMovies = new WP_Query(); $relatedMovies->query(array( 'post_type'=>'movie', 'posts_per_page'=>'-1','caller_get_posts' => 1, 'order'=>ASC, 'orderby' => 'name', 'genre'=>'horror', 'age-certificate'=>'18'));
This will return only ‘horror’ movies, the second taxonomy call is ignored completely. I’m sure I had it working correctly at one point but I am unsure of why it is no longer working.
I am currently using the development version of QMT because the latest non-development version causes an error with WP3 menus (it replaced each menu item with the posts returned by QMT!)
Thanks for any help.
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