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It might be quicker to turn it around: first get all the entries you need, then group those by their category: {% set entries = craft.entries.section('people').find() %} {% for category, catEntries …
answered Sep 25 '14 by Paul
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Alan, Without having tested this, you might get the desired result by using the group filter. So, get all you entries ordered by dateCreated, and then group them by category: {% set sermons = craft …
answered Sep 19 '14 by Paul
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Not the way you do it, but Brandon's answer to this question is the best workaround.
answered Nov 24 '14 by Paul
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To create a category, you'd have to use the craft()->categories->saveCategory() method, and feed it a CategoryModel. Having done that, you can use the ID of your new category to create an array for … ->getContent()->title = 'My new category title'; // Slug will be automagically created if(craft()->categories->saveCategory($category)) { $entryModel = new EntryModel(); $entryModel->title = 'My …
answered Jan 26 '15 by Paul