The URL link in the title of my blog, I want to go to a different link.
You can edit that in your Header Template (header.php).
I want each article post to go to a differnet URL. All URLs are different. or how can I take the link completely out of the title.
THIS IS WHAT MY HEADER LOOKS LIKE:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd”>
<html xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml” xml:lang=”en” lang=”en”>
<LINK type=”application/rss+xml” rel=”alternate” title=”System Trading Blog. The Largest Collection of System Trading Articles.” href=”http://www.systemtradingblog.com/wp-rss.php”>
<title>System Trading Blog. The Largest Collection of System Trading Articles.</title>
<meta http-equiv=”Content-Type” content=”text/html; charset=<?php bloginfo(‘charset’); ?>” />
<META NAME=”keywords” CONTENT=”system trading, trading, Forex Trading, Stock Trading, Futures Trading, Commodity Trading, Options Trading, trading blog”>
<META NAME=”description” CONTENT=”The System Trading Blog teaches traders, beginner or pro, system trading. Lessons, but not limited to, Forex Trading, Stock Trading, Futures Trading, Commodity Trading, Options Trading. Iâ€™ve complied the best Tips, Tricks & Tactics from the best veteran system traders.”>
<META NAME=”author” CONTENT=”Christina”>
<META NAME=”ROBOTS” CONTENT=”ALL”>
<meta name=”feedsteridentity” content=”18JW5ZWR6OYVI4FIK”>
<style type=”text/css” media=”screen”>
@import url( <?php bloginfo(‘stylesheet_url’); ?> );
<?php wp_head(); ?>
<!– Begin #content –>
<!– Begin #main –>
<div id=”main”><div id=”main2″>
Hold on, I think we have some apples here and some oranges…. What TITLE are you talking about? Looks like macmanx (and me too when I read the post the first time) thought you were talking about the blog title which takes you back to the main page.
But if you are talking about post titles, specifically the link that normaly takes you to the full posting…. then that’s what it should be doing by defualt. Unless we are missing something.
Let me put it this way:
What does it do now?
What is it that you want it to do? – Saying “Go to a different URL” doesn’t help. What do you mean my a “different URL” Different from what is there now? Or what?
Yes I am talking about the POST TITLES.
This is my Blog:
In the title of every single new post, the URL goes to that new post
shown alone on its own page, but I want to put in the desination of
my own URL to a different URL for each new posting.
For example THIS POST:
Losses, not Profits, will Stop You from Trading in the Market
NOW GOES TO:
I want it to to this URL:
THIS POST GOES TO:
Psychology How to Reduce Negative Thoughts Relating to Trading
See if you go to the blogger blogs they have a box right below the title of your post for you to add any URL that you want to people to go to when they click on the title, I want to do the same thing for my word press blog. Has anyone written a plug in for this or can anyone make one for me?
Oh, well, that’s simple…. go into your options and set your permalinks options how you want them. You will probably want /post/%postname% as the setting…. but I think that will break any links in the calendar. But, you don’t use the calendar part, it shouldn’t be an issue.
I don’t want this to happen automatically, I want to be able to manually put in the link that I want.
See if you go to the blogger blogs they have a box right below the title of your post for you to add any URL that you want to people to go to when they click on
the title of your post
I want to do the same thing for my word press blog. Has anyone written a plug in for this or can anyone make one for me?
I have a plugin (Redirectify) that may do what you want.
Basically, download the plugin from my site, upload it to your wp-content directory and activate it via the WP admin panel.
Then, whenever you want a post’s URL to redirect to somewhere else (either on your site or somewhere else), add a new custom field with the Key “redirect” (you do this via the Advanced Editing page). In the Value field, put the full URL (including the http://).
Now whenever you visit that post, it will redirect to the URL you specified. On pages that display more than one post (like the home page) it will display the post content, but when you click to display that post by itself, it will redirect to wherever you told it to.
Download Redirectify here: http://www.asymptomatic.net/wp-hacks
Also, please don’t post support requests to the wp-docs mailing list. That’s not what it’s for. If you’re not getting results on the support forum, you’ll have to try to be more clear about what you want to do, and more patient for an answer. Seriously, the people that want to help may start to ignore you if you don’t relax and use a little common courtesy.
Your right. Sorry about this and thank you so much for your help.
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