Let me see if I can describe this issue as well as I can. Any help or advice would be appreciated.
I’m assembling a photoblog. Very simple, one image per post, one post per page. It’s just about ready to go live. The challenge is this: I’m using an Ajax-based comments system for comments that keeps comments hidden until readers click a ‘view comments’ link, at which point the comments appear at the bottom of the same post page. On all the post pages, it works like a charm.
However, since the link points to an anchor on the POST PAGE, this presents a problem when the viewer is on the index page. Visitors end up having to click the link twice in order to view the comments–once to get to the individual post page and then again to open the comments.
The only solution I can think of is to redirect the index page to the most current post page somehow when the index is loaded, but I can’t seem to figure out how to do it. Does anyone out there know of a way to do this? Or maybe there’s a better solution that I haven’t considered?
Thanks so much for taking the time.
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