I’m using WordPress more like a CMS than a plain blog and I run into an interesting problem.
I need to have “pages” that are not just a static content but include dynamic as well as other “subpages” tied together with some mod-rewrite rules. E.g. on http://www.developers.org.ua/salary-db/ there is a salary-db page as well as salary-db/data/ and salary-db/survey subpages.
To implement those I used to create a .php file in my themes directory, add a Templage: meta-header to it then create a new page and specify that template name as a “Template”. It used to work though were certainly not very clean.
In WP2.0 subpages broke because WP very smartly (but incorrectly) set 404error status on them so I had to hack it to reset error status for certain pages.
Is there an easier way to achieve what I want, preferably without hacking WP?
I want just to “init” WP properly but without triggering actual output processing and then display my custom content. I have also tried this:
if ( defined(‘ABSPATH’) )
require_once( ABSPATH . ‘wp-config.php’);
@header(‘Content-type: ‘ . get_option(‘html_type’) . ‘; charset=’ . get_option(‘blog_charset’));
But then calling e.g. get_header() yields
Warning: extract(): First argument should be an array in D:\Projects\www.developers.ua\www\wordpress\wp-includes\functions.php on line 2130
Obviously, WP wasn’t inited completely.
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