WordPress 3.0 was released in the summer of 2010. It was an exciting time for WordPress developers. It was when WordPress really finally grew up and become a full fledged CMS, no doubt about it. A big part of that release was full support for custom post types (CPTs). All was roses and sunshine, lollipops and unicorns…until….you had a project that used CPTs and needed dated archives for them! That’s when you discovered that wp_get_archives() does not support custom post types. What!? How can this be possible. Nooooooo! It’s true though. It was true then and unfortunately still true today.
Unfortunately to this day there isn’t a lot of good information about pagination with a custom post type wp_query. It’s very surprising considering the endless uses for custom post types (CPT) and how long they have been past of WordPress. Additionally of the information out there about this a lot of it is unclear or in my opinion not the best advice. Anyway, moving on, I am here today to hopefully help someone out with this.
There are 3 ways that I would suggest to tackle the problem, though I strongly recommend option #1. Alright, time to dig in!
I’m very pleased and excited to finally re-launch Creative Logic’s website! As an independent contractor, it’s very hard to find time to work on your own website. Creative Logic is just so busy helping clients exceed their expectations, there is little time to look inward to our own website. But the time had come. We needed a modern website. A responsive website. A better website. And I think we now have that. Please enjoy our new website on your screen size and device of choice!
Now for the blog. Well it’s a new look. But there isn’t much to it right now I will admit. However, we may reserve using the blog area for future experiments and improvements that we can then bring to you!
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Have you ever wanted to export all your databases at one time? It’s quite handy for backup purposes or if you’re moving your development environment to a new computer. It’s not all that hard to do, but I didn’t find all that much clear information out there for those of us who aren’t server geeks. So here is what I do, hope this helps you!
If you are music junky then I have good news for you… FL Studio 10 has been launched!
FL Studio is an powerful piece of music production, recording, editing software that comes at a great price. And the price is even better when you consider that you get free upgrades…for life! I’m already into my third upgrade of the software since I purchased it a couple of years ago.
So whether you’ve been interested in making music, have played around with music production before (with something LOW powered like Voice Recorder in Windows!!), or are seriously into music I would recommend giving this software a try.