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  • niola

    (@niola)


    Hi all.

    On my sidebar I have a link which is a “page link” and I want it to open in the index, how do I do that?

    Thanks a bunch!

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  • Avenir

    (@avenir)

    I think you’ll need to be a little more precise. What do you mean by “page link”? Do you mean a link to a Page you created with WordPress’ Page feature? What do you mean by “open in the index”? Do you mean open in the same window? Could you give us a link so we can see what happens with the link currently?

    niola

    (@niola)

    Thanks for you reply 🙂 I’ll be more specific, sorry. You can have a look here: http://www.matthewperry.nl/blog

    In the sidebar there’s a “link me” section, I’ve a made a link for “more” and “apply” (I created a page for both links with the wordpress feature) when you click on them they open in a new window. I want them to open where the index is now. Like with iframes you say “target=”index” for example. Is this possible??

    I hope I explained it better this time 🙂

    niola

    (@niola)

    Sorry bumping :s Can anyone help me??

    xx

    CanuckKev

    (@canuckkev)

    Your code for the More link has a Target=”left” in it. Get rid of that first.

    niola

    (@niola)

    Ohhh sweet that worked like a charm, I always think to difficult :s

    Another thing:
    Is it possible to link the “home button” back to the index??

    Thanks again!

    moshu

    (@moshu)

    yep, put there something like this
    <a href="<?php bloginfo('url'); ?>">Home</a>

    niola

    (@niola)

    I get what you mean, but I made the “button” by creating a page, so it’s showing in the “navigation” thing at the top (couldnt find any other to do that :s). I linked it to a page template I made myself as you can see. But how do I set my template to show the blog (home)? Or is there a better way to do this??

    xx

    moshu

    (@moshu)

    You don’t need any “page” to bring you back to the home=index.
    In that navigation thingy instead of page_id etc. use the code I gave you above.
    Or is that “navigation” created by the page_list?

    niola

    (@niola)

    Yes the “navigation”is created by “wp_list_pages”. That okay or is there a better way to do this? And create a “home” (index) button thing 🙂

    niola

    (@niola)

    Bump bump bump…

    moshu

    (@moshu)

    Well, I don’t really see how a “home” link could be implemented in the list generated by the wp_list_pages tag. Maybe you should drop that page, since clicking on the header title anyway bring the visitor back to the “home” (=index.php) page.
    Another solution could be to implement an external horizontal menu which can be customized manually. (I just did it in my Dark Maple theme).

    Minna

    (@minna)

    You’d need to put something like this to include the link Home at the top of the page listing:
    <ul>
    <li><a href="#">Home</a></li>
    <?php wp_list_pages('title_li='); ?></ul>

    “more” on this here

    niola

    (@niola)

    Great 😀 that worked for me!!!

    Big thanks to the both of you 🙂

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