[wp-hackers] Resetting after multiple loops
otto at ottodestruct.com
Sat Oct 25 16:57:47 GMT 2008
wp_reset_query resets the global $wp_query, but with that code there's
nothing needed to put something back to the original state because the
$wp_query never got changed.
What "side_effects" are you seeing? The only side effect will be that
the global $post and $id are used, because of the call to
query->the_post(), but nothing else will change. And the $post and $id
and such only affect those the_* functions, which are Loop-Only
functions to begin with.
In other words, a new WP_Query has no real side effects to speak of,
and if you're seeing any, then you're doing something else wrong.
On Sat, Oct 25, 2008 at 11:02 AM, Nigel Dunn <nigel at redefine.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi Otto
> Otto wrote:
>> Harumph. Maybe I just like Object Oriented code more.
>> $myquery = new WP_Query('whatever');
>> while ($myquery->have_posts()) : $myquery->the_post();
> I must admit that I'm with you on this, in fact I'd like to be able to do
> $myquery->the_title(); etc.
> I had started with previous projects using get_posts but wasn't comfortable
> with having to use global $post; to get it to work - and then seeing the
> list of globals in function load_template() I was concerned about making
> sure there weren't other side-effects.
> So I switched over to WP_Query after looking at the codex on loops as I had
> hoped that wp_reset_query() would have put everything back to its original
> state. But it doesn't seem to do that for me - have you had a similar issue
> or is there something else I should be doing?
> Nigel Dunn
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