[wp-hackers] execPHP question
andycharrington at gmail.com
Tue Nov 1 10:45:20 UTC 2011
Have you added the global $post?
You'll need that to access the post object.
On 1 Nov 2011, at 10:43, IC IC wrote:
> I got the execPHP plug in installed. no problems with it as far as
> executing the php code thru the editor... for example, I tried the
> following the PHP snippet within the WYSIWYG editor and it works...
> [?php echo get_post_meta(1717, 'Ref', true); ?]
> it outputs the value stored within the custom field titled REF. And the
> 1717 happens to be the current post id of the post I was editing.
> but, whenever I tried to access post related data ( usually available in
> the wordpress loop ), nothing gets outputted. for example, the following
> produces nothing...
> [?php echo ("postid=" . $post->ID ); ?]
> Within the WYSIWYG editor, even the the_ID() outputs nothing. I thought, we
> were still in the wordpress loop and I could tap into any post related data
> at the moment.
> my goal was to replace the [?php echo get_post_meta(1717, 'Ref',
> true); ?]with [?php
> echo get_post_meta($post->ID, 'Ref', true); ?]
> What am I doing wrong?
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