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Use Custom Fields info in permalinks

  • ederic
    Member

    @ederic

    Is it possible to use the info in the custom fields as part of the permalinks?

    Each post in my site has a custom field alled “issue”. I want to use it as part of the permalink so that my URL will become:

    http://www.tinig.com/issue/postname

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  • amory
    Member

    @amory

    is issue the value or the field? If you only want issue to appear, you can just add /issue/%…% If it will be a dynamic string, then it would be beyond my realm to figure out.

    oriecat
    Member

    @oriecat

    I don’t think you could use a custom field in the permalink (but i wouldn’t be surprised to be proved wrong). So your issues are different from your categories?

    ederic
    Member

    @ederic

    tnx for the replies.

    issue is the field. the value varies, as it denotes the issue number (i.e. issue #43).

    skippy
    Member

    @skippy

    A plugin would be needed to help WordPress know what to do with the new query string element. It’s not terribly hard, but not trivial, either.

    ederic
    Member

    @ederic

    tnx, skippy. could such a plugin be already in existence? 🙂

    ederic
    Member

    @ederic

    any update?

    Interested too, in any system for having issue numbers to add to each post, and an application as link + URL to browse posts with through their issue number as in a journal. This could be, as mentioned above, a ‘custom field’.

    In general I’m interested in any application, tweak or plugin to achieve WordPress being something like a press newspaper, journal or magazine.

    Thanx for any help/ advice,
    hip

    Anyone who has a solution to this? 🙂

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