Reply To: How to query againts json objects?

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Bart Dabek # Posted on May 27, 2013 at 11:17 pm

I’m reading more about your API and things are looking good, however I find that storing of the metadata in json format is still quite an issue… it will introduce problems when trying to use other plugins based on your framework…

would be nice to have an option for fields to be split up into separate rows so we can use the normal WP Query to look them up…

saying all that how would I only retrive specific post types if they have a checkbox field checked? I really hope we’re not supposed to be looping over a huge array of data and check each row for that value…

cars(“orderby=post_date&order=desc&posts_per_page=5”) as $car) : ?>
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how would I make the above example query only data that has a checkbox value assigned?

Thanks

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