I’ve seen a hack something like this, but not quite – I’m hoping someone can help me tweak my WP install.
I run a site that does links to interesting stories (you can check out the structure at http://www.dancingaboutarchitecture.com). Currently, I’m coding it all by hand, by want to use WP to drive the site.
Each entry on my page consists of a title, a category, and a brief description. So far, so good. But the link on the title of the story does NOT point to a blog entry – rather, it points to an external link (using target = blank to spawn a new window).
Does anyone know of a way to hack WP so that I can (a) make the title link point to a specified URL, and (b) eliminate a separate htm file for each post? (there won’t be comments, so there doesn’t need to be a page for each post – they’ll only exist as part of the larger page).
Thanks in advance – this is without a doubt the nicest community of folks I’ve been on in some time.
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