Using IP.Blog only for 1 blog with a user friendly URL
Posted 13 April 2011 - 05:49 AM
I need to migrate my wordpress-based http://designthemedia.com/ (the blog is http://designthemedia.com/blog/ ) on http://forum.designthemedia.com
I want to unify all on http://designthemedia.com/
I'm quite ok with all wordpress pages to IP.Content (I'll have a lot of things to figure out about database design in IP.content but.. later)
I cannot figure out even how to have an only one blog, with a real user friendly URL
I setup the permission and I'm the only one to have privilege to create/modify blogs.
now, I want to avoid all links forwarding to that list of blogs ... because there will be only one (the official blog)
no blogs for my users.
I'd like to have a nice url: http://designthemedia.com/blog/ for instance..
Posted 13 April 2011 - 06:03 AM
I would summarise its probably possible with some .htaccess but suggested they post here as a feature suggestion.
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Posted 13 April 2011 - 06:09 AM
I probably can use rewritecond/rule to do that.
btw, I'd like to dive in initdata.php
does it exist a manual about that? a readme ?
To clarify my need, I don't want to have only a blog on my website, but only one blog in the blog part.
forum, content, files, nexus are so nicely integrated, the only problem for me is the blog migration (no tags migration, no pictures migration etc)
Posted 13 April 2011 - 06:55 AM
the landing page in my case will be the presentation page as on http://designthemedia.com
the basic home page.
In IP.Content, it will be the first page I guess.
About the only one blog, my only way is to use rewrite rule and to tweak skin to avoid to show all the reference to the blogs list....
Posted 02 June 2011 - 11:11 PM
I have just 1 blogger for the site and would like them to appear to be the only one blogging as well!
Is this possible?
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