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Josh Cranwell

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I am a creative. I like building wordpress websites. But sometimes, I get very stuck :-)

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Written in response to something Hariprasad wrote.

OK, all sorted now. The inner join needed an alias so it could still be used in conjunction with meta queries.

Thanks!

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Written in response to something Hariprasad wrote.

Hi,

Our code is exactly like this but it seems to cause problems when we are running meta_query because then it tries to run two joins, the inner join that WP is doing and the left join that we are manually doing.

So it still seems to be conflicting with the meta queries basically. Any alternative?

Chris.

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