Having a small problem with my query below. I'm sure I've done something like this before so am not sure what is causing a problem.
Basically I want the meta_ids from the column meta_id where post_id = $currentPost.
SELECT meta_id FROM posts_meta WHERE post_id = $post_ID
But for some reason, even if I remove teh WHERE qualifier, it will only return the earliest meta_id rather than the three test entries I have in place. I var_dump'd the array returning the results and the rows aren't present so while I'm not sure I do think this is an issue with my query and not the PHP side.
Am I missing something obvious here?
For context, this is the code I'm using around the query.
$result = mysql_query("SELECT meta_id FROM posts_meta WHERE post_id = $post_ID");
$row = mysql_fetch_array($result);
$post_meta_ids = $row;
You need to use a loop to fetch all the rows of a result set
Hmm...I would've thought $row would contain all the results before I would then just extract them.
This solved the problem anyway, thanks SpacePhoenix.