Support » Plugin: Yet Another Related Posts Plugin (YARPP) » Request: Add argument to include posts

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  • Actually it may be better to display the manual posts first, then query with YARPP with ‘post__not_in’ to exclude them.

    I will prob modify the plugin to do this for now.


    Modified class-cache:

    $options = array( 'threshold', 'show_pass_post', 'past_only', 'weight', 'require_tax', 'exclude', 'recent', 'limit', 'post__not_in' );
    // WHERE
    $newsql .= " where post_status in ( 'publish', 'static' ) and ID != '$reference_ID'";
    if ($post__not_in)
    	$newsql .= " and ID not in (".join(',', $post__not_in) .")";

    Modified call:

       'post__not_in' => array(270),//ignore posts

    Thanks for taking a deep dive into YARPP! 😀

    I did something like this for a client, without modifying the YARPP core code. You can simply use the the_posts filter and make sure you’re only modifying the output when it’s a YARPP loop.

    Something like:

    add_filter( ‘the_posts’, ‘yarpp_add_entries’, 10, 2 );
    function yarpp_add_entries($posts, &$query) {
    global $yarpp;
    if ( !$yarpp->cache->is_yarpp_time() )
    return $posts;

    // check query vars for reference_ID
    // construct extra posts as array, using get_posts()
    $extra_posts = get_post( $special_query );

    return array_merge($posts, $extra_posts);

    Hope that helps!

    In addition, if you’re looking to exclude certain posts in your output, I suggest you do that using a YARPP custom template: just check the IDs in the template, and not print the output if it’s one of the ones you want to exclude.

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