I don’t mean a relative link, but rather a link that if the post were copied to another WP-installation would still point to the original post … so basically a code that actually writes a post’s permalink into the post (and hyperlinks it to that address)
Until a post is saved, there isn’t a permalink available. So you have to at least create the post and save it as a draft before you can do anything. From there, it’s quicker/easier to just copy/paste as Andrea said than to try and get code to do it for you.
yea, I guess I wouldn’t want to have to write something that would be able to do that (esp. since I’m at the level of php-newbie at best)
alternatively, would it be easy / difficult to write a plugin that combs all posts within the past day (or so) and updates them with their corresponding permalink? or even in a “URL shortener” fashion?
as you might be able to tell, this is really bugging me :/
When scrappers pull your post, there will be a big ol’ footer message go with ti. makes their site look pretty ugly and can include links back to your site and a big old “HEY STOP SCRAPING!” message if you wish.
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