Access the wp_query of the loop with the global $the_lp_query

The query of every loop can be accessed via the global $the_lp_query. 

The global $the_lp_query holds the active wp_query object. 
If you print_r( $the_lp_query ) in a function you hook to the loop. You will get something like this: 
WP_Query Object (     [query_vars] => Array         (             [error] =>              [m] =>              [p] => 0             [post_parent] =>              [subpost] =>              [subpost_id] =>              [attachment] =>              [attachment_id] => 0             [name] =>              [static] =>              [pagename] =>              [page_id] => 0             [second] =>              [minute] =>  ...
	
If you want to find out the current_post number you can use the global $the_lp_query.
In this example, the current_post number is displayed before the loop item
     <div>       add_action('tk_loop_designer_before_loop_item', 'every_x_entry');      </div>        <div>       function every_x_entry(){      </div>        <div>           global $the_lp_query;      </div>        <div>           echo $the_lp_query->current_post;      </div>        <div>       }</div>
	

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