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Passing arugments to a different php? (3 posts)

  1. Anonymous
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    Posted 11 years ago #

    I recently made a new template in the same style as my friend's website, mostly just to see if I could do it with WordPress. I was pleasently surprised when I found it that I could, indeed, do it with very little work. You can check it out here:
    http://trashfolder.org/satoshi/dyouji.php
    Based on this site:
    http://trashfolder.org/dyouji
    However, when you click the archives links at the bottom of my page, it passes those arugments to the main index.php and dumps you on the main index.php.
    So, what I was wondering was, is there a way to make archives and permalinks and the like use the template you are currently on?
    For example, if I were on my index.php and I clicked on the 'Computer' category, it would display my posts under that category on index.php. Now, if I were to do the same on dyouji.php, I want it to show those posts on dyouji.php, not index.php. I already tried changing the blogurl setting in wordpress, but it affects the whole site, not just one template.

  2. Anonymous
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    Posted 11 years ago #

    There is a way to do... very simple actually, but you need the newest nightly of WP (1.3alpha). It supports %category% in the permalinks, so for specific categories you can have it point to it's own index page.

  3. satoshi
    Member
    Posted 11 years ago #

    The categories was just an example, I want it to do that for ALL links, including, but not limited to: permalinks, categories, next entry/previous entry, the calender if I make a template that uses it, monthly archives, etc.

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