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MySQL question

lvollmer asked
Last Modified: 2013-12-12
I have this query:

SELECT wp_users.user_login, wp_users.user_nicename, wp_users.display_name, wp_users.user_email, wp_usermeta.meta_value, wp_usermeta.meta_key
FROM wp_users LEFT JOIN wp_usermeta
ON wp_users.ID = wp_usermeta.user_id
WHERE RIGHT(wp_usermeta.meta_key,12) = "capabilities";

it will display a column called "meta_key" and it contains data like this: wp_31_capabilities, wp_15_capabilities etc

I have another table called "blog_homepage" that has two columns

blog id column has data like 31, 15

the "meta_key" column result of wp_31_capabilities is equal to the value of 31 in  the column blog_id in the table blog_home

I want to add an additional statement that matches those columns up, and displays the bloghomepage.domain column in the result set. Is this possible?

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