[wp-testers] is_home problem

Conrad - Conrad_Vanl conrad_vanl at convandesign.com
Fri Sep 29 04:02:39 GMT 2006

Yes I am running a query_posts! I am running a query_posts in the index.php
file b/c I want the index.php file to display only one category. Oh so when
running query_posts it makes wordpress think that it's in archive page
instead of the homepage? If so, is there a way I can get around it, like
restating that index.php is indeed the home page?

Thanks! Conrad

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[mailto:wp-testers-bounces at lists.automattic.com] On Behalf Of Ryan Boren
Sent: Thursday, September 28, 2006 2:46 PM
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Subject: Re: [wp-testers] is_home problem

Conrad - Conrad_Vanl wrote:
> In my index.php file I have a call to <?php wp_sidebar() ?> [or 
> whatever the correct statement is]. Like I said before If I put 
> another is_ function in the if statement, for instance <?php ( 
> is_home() || is_archive() ) { ?> it works, but it doesn't only when I have
is_home by itself.

Are you running a post query of some sort in between the call to
is_home() in the header and is_home() in the sidebar?  Running
query_posts(), for example, will interfere.

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