• Sun. Sep 19th, 2021

php – How to say if meta_value is greater than 0 in an array?

Byadmin

Sep 14, 2021


Right now I have this:

$args  = array(
    'meta_key' => 'userfunds',
    'meta_value' => '0',    
);

Basically this will show users who have exactly ‘0’ as meta_value.

How do I say that meta_value has to be greater than ‘0’?

I have tried:

    'meta_value' > '0',  

But using the above, it shows all users, regardless of their value.

So I guess using > in the array is an invalid line and not what I need.

I know I’m probably missing something very small in my code?

should I use compare?

Any help would be appreciated.



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