Conditionals – how to do 'has not'

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May 1, 2013 at 8:53 am #3049
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Hi Travis

Just so you know I am familiar with php in a basic way but am not particularly fluent with it.

I was working with the plugin all last night – had a blast.

I set up some post types for an imaginary record store, and at the moment I am just focusing on the single-album.php template. An album has a listing of tracks and some of those tracks have an mp3 file (‘album_track’). Tracks with an mp3 file need to output the track title wrapped in ‘a’ tags. Tracks without an mp3 file need to be wrapped in ‘p’ tags.

I have the following code in my loop:

At the moment I am getting an unexpected result from the nested ‘if’. Even if a track does not have an ‘album_track’ I still get a result in an ‘a’ tag.

Also I tried to use an ‘else’ to just output the track title in ‘p’ tags but that didnt’ work at all.

Can you please suggest where I am going wrong on this?


May 10, 2013 at 9:51 am #3056
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It looks like this line is just slightly wrong:

has(“album_track”)) : ?>

If I’m assuming the field setup correctly, it looks like it should be:

has(“album_track”)) : ?>

… that is, drop the “s”, since you’re trying to check for an album track on the field set collection, rather than the field set record. Then you should be able to do an “else” as well if that works.

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