Aleš Sýkora wrote

Category Specific Conditional IF

31. 12. 2019 in

If you need to use conditional IF to display posts for some specific category, here is example conditional how to do that:

[wpv-conditional if="( CONTAINS(#(category),'homecoming-series-upcoming-events') )"]

<h2>Homecoming Series</h2>


If you want to display posts not in category, then use ! as negotiation:

[wpv-conditional if="( !CONTAINS(#(category),'homecoming-series-upcoming-events') )"]

<h2>Not Homeacoming Series</h2>


Credits: Bryan Candy, Toolset User Group on facebook.

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