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  1. I'm trying to out put all Crelly Slider Alias's within Redux Framework Options in a Dropdown Select. I must confess i'm a novice at PHP ... I've attached the code from within Crelly Slider to show how it outputs the Alias names and i've also attached the Redux Code for the dropdown with an existing select .. I somehow need to output a list of all Crelly Alias's into 'options' => array( 'asc' => 'Ascending', 'desc' => 'Descending' ), Obviously replacing the exisiting options. Here is the full Crelly Output <?php global $wpdb; $sliders = $wpdb->get_results('SELECT * FROM ' . $wpdb->prefix . 'crellyslider_sliders'); if(!$sliders) { echo '<div class="cs-no-sliders">'; _e('No Sliders found. Please add a new one.', 'crellyslider'); echo '</div>'; echo '<br /><br />'; } else { ?> <table class="cs-sliders-list cs-table"> <thead> <tr> <th colspan="5"><?php _e('Sliders List', 'crellyslider'); ?></th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> <tr class="cs-table-header"> <td><?php _e('ID', 'crellyslider'); ?></td> <td><?php _e('Name', 'crellyslider'); ?></td> <td><?php _e('Alias', 'crellyslider'); ?></td> <td><?php _e('Shortcode', 'crellyslider'); ?></td> <td><?php _e('Actions', 'crellyslider'); ?></td> </tr> <?php foreach($sliders as $slider) { echo '<tr>'; echo '<td>' . $slider->id . '</td>'; echo '<td><a href="?page=crellyslider&view=edit&id=' . $slider->id . '">' . $slider->name . '</a></td>'; echo '<td>' . $slider->alias . '</td>'; echo '<td>[crellyslider alias="' . $slider->alias . '"]</td>'; echo '<td> <a class="cs-edit-slider cs-button cs-button cs-is-success" href="?page=crellyslider&view=edit&id=' . $slider->id . '">' . __('Edit Slider', 'crellyslider') . '</a> <a class="cs-delete-slider cs-button cs-button cs-is-danger" href="javascript:void(0)" data-delete="' . $slider->id . '">' . __('Delete Slider', 'crellyslider') . '</a> </td>'; echo '</tr>'; } ?> </tbody> </table> <?php } ?> <br /> <a class="cs-button cs-is-primary cs-add-slider" href="?page=crellyslider&view=add"><?php _e('Add Slider', 'crellyslider'); ?></a> And my Redux Option array( 'id' => 'alias_select', 'type' => 'select', 'title' => __( 'Alias Select', 'ultra-web-admin' ), 'desc' => __( 'Select Slider Alias.', 'ultra-web-admin' ), 'options' => array( 'asc' => 'Ascending', 'desc' => 'Descending' ), 'default' => 'asc' ), I would be really grateful if anyone could assist me . Thank you !
  2. Greatly appreciated ! I'm just learning all this and a point in the right direction is much more valuable than somebody pasting a code snippet. Nice to know i got it right too .. Thanks a lot !!
  3. Thanks for pointing me in the correct direction .. So i worked out a solution, but baring in mind i am an absolute newb, would you mind telling me if this is the cleanest way to achieve what i want. It works perfectly ! <?php $categories = get_the_category(); $category_names = array(); foreach ($categories as $category) { $category_names[] = $category->cat_name; } echo implode (',', $category_names); ?>
  4. Hi guys, i'm attempting to display Wordpress Categories per Post. I'm aware of this simple standard method <?php the_category( ', ' ); ?>. But i actually just want a list of the categories, unformatted and unlinked to the category itself, actually i just want the category name. So i am using this method <?php foreach((get_the_category()) as $category) { echo $category->cat_name . ' '; } ?> This works perfectly if the post only has 1 category, but in the event of multiple categories, there is no separator. Could anybody assist me in adding a separator which will not append to the last in the list ? I would be grateful for any assistance but please bare in mind i am a mere novice. Thanks
  5. Hi guys, i'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction here. I'm importing products into WooCommerce using WP All Import through a XML feed. I need a way to get certain data from the category field, which looks like this .. <range category='Cars'>Cars </range><range category='Vans'>Vans </range><range category='Lorries'>Lorries </range> I need to somehow convert this to Cars, Vans, Lorries I'm not really sure how to approach this, any help would be greatly appreciated.
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