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wp.php grounded permalinks and comments…

  • I’m using wp.php as a sort of bare-bones version of my site, however, all the permalinks and comments link back to the main index.php counterparts. I want it to link to the barebones versions instead.

    Would it be / is it possible to have these links link to wp.php? I know I can pull up the wp.php version of either the permalink or the comments by simply typing in wp.php?thepostsid, so it shouldn’t be hard to hack wp.php to do this, but I’m just wondering if there is any reason I should NOT hack away at wp.php.

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  • There’s a sort of hidden option setting—hidden so that unsuspecting users don’t accidentally set it—in the admin pages where you can change the default “home” page used by WordPress. You access it in the following way:

    In 1.2.x:


    In 1.5:


    Under both, look for the field “blogfilename”. Just change it to wp.php.

    but I don’t want that to be my main site; I just want a barebones alternative.

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