[EventCalendar] Big Calendar 5 - Read This
dgarlitz at wesleyan.edu
Tue Feb 19 14:01:01 UTC 2008
Doh! I was hoping that this would allow me to query posts by event
Do you know if anyone has hacked a way to do this, assuming that each
post will only have one event? I've looked around the mailing list,
but haven't found anything...
On Feb 19, 2008, at 2:31 PM, Matthew Middleton wrote:
> That's correct, I made it sort by start date only in
> database queries done by the plugin itself. This is
> done when returning a list of events or drawing a
> calendar. When you use The Loop in a custom query,
> you are querying the posts rather than the events.
> (One post may have multiple events, or have no events)
> Stay tuned for "Big Calendar 6" - which I will
> hopefully post soon. It will have several new
> features including recurring event support. Since one
> post may have hundreds of recurring events, you may
> want an option for a custom query on events rather
> than posts. I haven't implemented this feature yet,
> but I may do so in the future. I did make some
> changes to The Loop to support posts with recurring
> events - I will provide a full changelog with the
> --- David Garlitz <dgarlitz at wesleyan.edu> wrote:
>> Hi Mathew - Thanks for your work on Big Calendar.
>> I was excited to see that one of the fixes you
>> implemented was :
>> *Sort all events by event start time, not post time.
>> However, I'm not getting this functionality in
>> custom queries. Have I
>> misunderstood what you mean by this? Is there
>> something missing from
>> my query? This is what I'm using in the loop:
>> <?php $my_query = new WP_Query($query_string .
>> but my posts show ordered by post date. Am I missing
>> Thanks in advance for your help!
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