So, I’m trying to be clever in building certain pages on my site recursively.
Basically, I’ve got a number of sub-pages on specific topics that are part of a “guide” having multiple hierarchical “sections.” I want people to be able to link to pages with:
1) Just the specific section they want.
2) All subsections (subsections 1.3.1-14) grouped into a single page super-section (section 1.3)
3) All sub-sections (1.1-5) groped together into a chapter (Chapter 1.)
To do this, I’m using the Posts-for-page plugin to create the sub-sections, then “pull” them into the sections and then again using the plugin to pull the subsections into the chapters.
I’d like to think it’s pretty clever.
However, it would be kind of nice if I could suppress the automatic linking of the title of the post/page to the actual post/page itself. It would be nice if there was some kind of parameter like linked_title=’false’. That way, I could just build pages from sub-pages and not necessarily have the end-user see that what I’m doing if I don’t want them to. Having the title be a link to the sub-section page is kind of a dead giveaway. But, it would be nice to be able to specifically turn it on/off, if I did at some point decide to give them access to just the sections and sub-sections in that manner.
Is this possible? Thanks!