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Avoid Duplicate Posts in Multiple Loops

Let’s start by creating a simple PHP array, and put all post IDs from the first loop in it.

Now, the second loop: we use the PHP function in_array() to check if a post ID is contained in the $ids array. If the ID isn’t contained in the array, we can display the post because it wasn’t displayed in the first loop.

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