Custom post type query by metabox value

I want Display in Services with a dropdown option list of category names on the top and when i select on any one category name, it would display His Custom posts in Services page on specific col-md-4 without refreshing. Is this possible in Wordpress?

<html>
<body>
<!----HTML Code Below--->
<div class="infoflowing-style">
<div class="infoflowing-style"><div class="infoflowing-style">
<!--select custom_category -->
<select>
<option value="custin category id">Custom category 1</option>
<option value="custin category id">Custom category 2</option>
</select>
</div>
</div>
<!--Display select (custom_category) All Post-->
<div class="infoflowing-style">
<div class="infoflowing-style">
<img src="image_url_1">
<h6>Post name 1</h6>
</div></div>
<div class="infoflowing-style">
<div class="infoflowing-style">
<img src="image_url_2" />
<h6>Post name 2</h6>
</div></div>
<div class="infoflowing-style">
<div class="infoflowing-style">
<img src="image_url_3" />
<h6>Post name 3</h6>
</div></div></div></div>
</body></html>

Comments


  • dreamer

    In case it helps anyone... I wasn't able to find an elegant way to incorporate this additional filter into my query, but because the custom post type for this project will have very few ( less than 30 ) posts, I opted to simply add an IF statement inside my loop to filter for only posts matching the case_study field:

    $portfolio_query = new WP_Query( $args_portfolio );
    
    
    if( $portfolio_query->have_posts() ) :
    
        echo '<ul>';
    
        while( $portfolio_query->have_posts() ) : $portfolio_query->the_post();
            
        $meta = get_post_meta( $post->ID, 'rccustom_fields', true );
    
            if ( isset( $meta['case_study'] ) ) :
                the_title();
            endif;
    
        endwhile;
    
        echo '</ul>';
    
    endif;
    

    It feels clunky to me to do it this way rather than finding a way to filter the query, but in the interest of moving on with this page, it do.

  • Haggard

    Try below code , It may help to you.

    $args_portfolio = array (
        'post_type' => 'portfolio',
        'posts_per_page' => -1,
        'post_status' => 'publish',
        'meta_query' => array(
            array(
                'key' => 'case_study',
                'value' => 'yes',
                'compare' => '=',
            ),
        ),
    );
    
    $data_portfolio = new WP_Query( $args_portfolio );
    
  • Luminous

    I've created a custom post type for "portfolio" with a custom metabox with a lot of extra fields, one of which is a checkbox that I'm using to determine whether this post type contains a case study, but I've hit a snag and I can't see where I've gone wrong. The output for the checkbox is either 'yes' or ''.

    The setup in my metabox build is:

    <input type="checkbox" name="rccustom_fields[case_study]" value="yes" <?php if ( isset($meta['case_study']) && $meta['case_study'] === 'yes' ) echo 'checked'; ?>>
    

    And I can see the values exist as expected by outputting:

    $meta = get_post_meta( $post->ID, 'rccustom_fields', true );
     print_r($meta);
    

    BUT, when I pull a basic WP query with args to filter those results:

    $args = array(
    'numberposts'   => -1,
    'post_type'     => 'portfolio',
    'meta_key'      => 'case_study',
    'meta_value'    => 'yes',
    

    I get nothing returned, even though doing the print_r shows me that the meta value does indeed exist and is equal to 'yes'. (if I comment out the meta_key/meta_value lines, all posts from the custom post type do display)

    Anybody see something I don't here?

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