Reply To: Querying multiple post types

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traversal # Posted on May 31, 2013 at 10:44 am

No, you can’t do that, since that first type method returns a collection of WOOF_PostType objects, which doesn’t have the “in_a” method. Try this instead:

$wf->feature(“on-learning-center”)->posts( array(“post_type” => array(“tip”, “question”) ) );

That is, grab the taxonomy term first, and then run a posts query against that.

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