Reply To: How to query againts json objects?

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traversal # Posted on May 29, 2013 at 8:50 am

Yeah, while post meta can be used in that way, any type of categorisation that you potentially need to query is really better off as a taxonomy. And one of the neat things about MasterPress is that you can create new taxonomies pretty easily.

As I mentioned though, I do like the idea of a more friendly way to run a query like this too. Storing them as JSON is actually not too bad as at least there are definitive delimiters on strings that you can take advantage of when building a meta query.

Thanks for the tough questions 🙂

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