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P2 title link doesn't reflect permalink settings (2 posts)

  1. edmoore
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Whilst the 'permalink' link in the homepage correct links to how I've set my WP permalink settings (/%category%/&postname%/), the actual title itself links to a "myblog.com/?p=xxx" type thing.

    I believe the offending code is in the functions.php:

    function prologue_the_title($before = '<h2>', $after = '</h2>') {
    
    	global $post, $looping;
    	$t = $post->post_title;
    
    	if($looping == 0)
    		return $t;
    	$pos = 0;
    
    	if(get_option('prologue_show_titles') != 1)
    		return false;
    
    	$post->post_content = trim($post->post_content);
    	$post->post_title = trim($post->post_title);
    	$post->post_title = preg_replace('/\.\.\.$/','',$post->post_title);
    	$post->post_title = str_replace("\n", ' ', $post->post_title );
    	$post->post_title = str_replace('  ',' ', $post->post_title);
    	$post->post_content = str_replace("\n", ' ', strip_tags($post->post_content) );
    	$post->post_content = str_replace('  ',' ', $post->post_content);
    	$post->post_content = trim($post->post_content);
    	$post->post_title = trim($post->post_title);
    
    	if( is_int( strpos($post->post_title, 'http') ) )  {
    		$split = str_split( $post->post_content, strpos($post->post_content, 'http'));
    		$post->post_content = $split[0];
    		$split2 = str_split( $post->post_title, strpos($post->post_title, 'http'));
    		$post->post_title = $split2[0];
    	}
    	$pos = @strpos( $post->post_content, $post->post_title );
    
    	// these are for debugging
    	/*
    	error_log('content '.$post->post_content);
    	error_log('title '.$post->post_title);
    	error_log($pos);*/
    
    	if( (false === $pos or $pos > 0) && $post->post_title != '')
    		echo (is_single()) ? $before.$t.$after : $before.'<a href="'.$post->guid.'">'.$t.'</a>'.$after;
    }

    ... which is what is called for writing the title in entry.php, but I don't have the skills to correct it.

    Any help? Thanks!

  2. ghoulsnghosts
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

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