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Select team from database WordPress post editor?
tko4




msg:4691855
 10:15 pm on Jul 30, 2014 (gmt 0)

Hi

I want to choose (live search) and show home team and away team name and logo from database.

Already have teams table with names and logos.

Can someone help me how to do this?

Check the meta box image below
[oi59.tinypic.com ]

Thanks

 

lorax




msg:4691858
 10:44 pm on Jul 30, 2014 (gmt 0)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld tko4,
So you want to search the database for the teams table for the search terms? Or will the content be available on the site somewhere?

tko4




msg:4691970
 9:10 am on Jul 31, 2014 (gmt 0)

Yes after I choose team name and logo to show it n specific area inside post

lorax




msg:4692017
 12:05 pm on Jul 31, 2014 (gmt 0)

WordPress search and most search tools will only search what's published on the site already. I believe you'll need to write your own script to do the search and publish function.

You'll need to do this work inside the functions.php file in your theme's folder: hopefully you've created a child theme - or will do this so you can keep these customizations separate from the original file.

Having done something similar recently, you may find these helpful:

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