thanks John, do you mean creating a second array by the same structure and then merging both arrays? But then I should better use “Post Objects” instead of “Post IDs”, right?
edit: I got it by setting “Post Objects” and merging both arrays
$related = ( get_field(‘rel_content’) );
$result = array_merge($related, $posts);
Now I need only a way to order the result and render the
rel_content array first, before posts.
//Get Attributes $args = shortcode_atts( array(//Set default 'category' => 'common', 'order_by' => 'post_date', 'order' => 'DESC', 'limit' => 10, 'text_length' => 200, 'link' => 'true', 'slide_duration' => 2000, 'auto_start' => 'true', 'start_time' => 60000, 'cycle_time' => 10000, 'show_headers' => 'true', 'image_size' => 'large', 'thumbnail_size' => 'thumbnail', 'thumbnail_menu' => 'true' ), $atts );
Can I use the $args section to search for the rel_content fields and priorize that posts?
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