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  • Hey guys,

    I want to create a latest post section on my website. Im using wordpress as my CMS so it’s not 100% integrated.

    The point is simple. I managed to make a list with the latest posts. But when I click on the post it redirects to the ‘background blog’ that is not visible for the costumer.
    Now I want to ‘echo’ the post on a certain page, but how…?

    The website I’m talking about is On the left you have the list with posts, but I want them to read them on my own website and not on the background blog. I though this should be something with
    where post_id=($post_id); or something like that?

    Can someone help me?
    Thanks in advance.


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  • Why don’t you retheme WordPress to match your website and update the permalink structure to fit in? It will be a lot easier (and more fluid) than attempting to get content out of the WP database to display on a different system.

    First of all, thanks for the reply.

    Do you have a little more information and or links about this?
    Thanks in advance!


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