Okay, I have a slight problem. I can solve it, but I would like to be able to use the WordPress solution if I can.
I’m using WordPress 1.5. I have been writing blog entries using it and then I had an idea, a page of terms I use a lot, defined. That would let me define the word on the fly, bookmark that definition and then link that definition to the post I’m making.
When I implemented this through WordPress’ “pages” feature, all seemed to go well. I used the Page function, defined the terms, put < a href = “whatever” > defined term < /a> (obviously without the spaces) and posted them all.
What happened is that since I’m using the Permalinks feature too, I don’t have a real page to link from.
The glossary winds up looking like this: http://davensjournal.com/wordpress/glossary/#vanity Now normally it would be http://davensjournal.com/wordpress/glossary/PAGE.EXTENSION#vanity, but since it’s in MySQL tables, there is no page to reference. So while it’s pulling the proper page up, it’s not moving to the bookmark referenced.
Right now, there are less than 8 terms defined, but as I go it may turn into hundreds, and that would be a pain to scroll through. So I need a solution to this.
Any help would be appreceiated.
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