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  • I think you might misunderstand how the hash mark is used.

    It serves to point to an ‘anchor’ on a page and should be at the end of the link as in the #profile example you showed.

    Here is an article on How to Add Anchor Links to a Page that might help.

    In any case, I don’t think you can get this by changing the permalink structure.

    I got the same probleme. I want to ajaxize my wordpress theme (using escaped frament). I can’t modify permalink structure adding a hash…

    Did you find a solution ?

    Thanks a lot for your answer.

    They have done this all themselves.

    You look at the javascript they’ve written, they intercepts the clicks and re-write the destination url to be #about instead of /about. Then dynamically loads the page content. Well, it’s a lot more complicated than just that, but it give you the basic philosophy. It’s very nicely done actually.

    It would be interesting to build a plugin that could do this by default. It would require a lot of configuration though because you’d need to know all the html class and id infor.

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