WordPress query_posts Parameters

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Gary (in the comments) has linked to the WP_Query function, where all the parameters for query_posts can be found – WP_Query. I have removed the list from here.

Someone seems to have edited the codex page for WordPress’ query_posts function. I don’t know about you guys, but that was one of the most common pages I looked at on the WordPress Codex, and the new page seems to have stripped out all the useful parameters. As such, I have recompiled the majority of them here by visiting the Wayback Machine. If anyone has any issues with this, do let me know.

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Hello there, I'm James. I studied Music Technology at university and gained a BA Hons in Music Technology and Innovation. I really enjoyed studio engineering and MaxMSP (a programming language for synthesisers). This inspired me to move into programming.I now specialise in front end development and bespoke Wordpress powered websites.

2 Responses to WordPress query_posts Parameters

  1. GaryJ says:

    08:35 14/05/2011

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/WP_Query#Parameters might be what you’re looking for.

  2. Tristar Author

    So it is, any ideas why they took it off query_posts?

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