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9/13/2013 6:24 PM
 

Hello all,

I am currently working with the blog module on two different pages on a site. They use the same posts, but the home page is set to a theme that shows summary, and the actual page displays a theme that shows the full content. Basically, I am wondering if there are any tokens I can use to help to guide the url for "Read More" to my second page, and not on the current page. Right now:

 http://example.domain.com/press-releases/tabid/271/my-blog-post.aspx?Post=1322

is the exact link to an example post. I am currently trying to get my template to replace the title and post number so that it works with any post. Right now I have something like the following:

 http://example.domain.com/press-releases/tabid/271/[Post:localizedtitle].aspx?Post=[post:Blogid]

and it results in:

 http://example.domain.com/press-releases/tabid/271/my%20blog%20post%20.aspx?Post=3 

 which appears to be an equivilent of example.domain.com/press-releases, when I am trying to get to the post specifically.

 Does anybody have any ideas, or know of a token I could use to fashion the url to something like "?Post=1322 "

 Thanks,

 Bruce

 

 
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9/13/2013 11:22 PM
 
This could not work, about the Content (Posts) are all on the other Portal.  Have you read the Manual ?
 
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9/19/2013 4:49 PM
 

Okay, I figured it out. After reading the following thread:

http://www.dnnsoftware.com/forums/forumid/92/threadid/490621/scope/posts

 it lead me to the Latest Posts template, which uses the following token: [post:contentitemid]

Now when I use

http://example.domain.com/press-releases/tabid/271/[Post:localizedtitle].aspx?Post=[post:contentitemid]

I get the URL I was interested in, namely:

http://example.domain.com/press-releases/tabid/271/my-blog-post.aspx?Post=1322

 

 

 
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