Ok, see if I can explain what I am trying to achieve.
I have created two different areas on a Page. They are situated beside each other. So let us call them Area Left and Area Right.
The coding for the two areas is simple css without any use of tables.
In Area Left I will list the headings of a certain number of post. All of these posts are in the same category. Accordingly, The code used for the list that shows up in area left is the following.
<li id="Categories"> <h4>Categories</h4> <ul> <?php wp_list_cats('sort_column=name'); ?> </ul> </li>
This works well. However I would like the full text of the posts to show up in Area Right when you click on the headings of the posts in Area Left.
And I just can’t figure out how to do it. It should be simple. I mean, it is the same structure that is used in most themes where you click on a post in the sidebar and the full post shows up in main area of the page. Still with the sidebar present.
The difference is that I do not use a sidebar and that I have both of my areas in the middle of the Page. I just would like to be able to pinpoint where a post will show up on a Page when you click on the link for the post.
Thanks in advance
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