On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 15:50, Haluk Karamete <halukkaram...@gmail.com> wrote:
> you may find it weird, actually very weird, but is the following possible>
> load up a post or page into the admin panel and place something like
> this in to the editor;
> <?php
> //assume exec-PHP already active
> $current_page_url_here = get_current_url();
> echo "<a href='{$current_page_url_here}?var1=val1'>click me</a>";
> if ( $_GET['var1']=='val1' )
> {
>    //change the current post's html title to <title>val1</title>
> without using javascript/jquery
> }
> ?>
> so when the visitor, clicks on the "click me", same page reloads but
> this time, the title reads val1, and that's what search engines see
> too.
> and if it is also possible to change, the_title() to be equal to val1,
> that's even better.
> But, is such a thing technically possible? Or is it too late at that
> time to make those changes?
> Could ob_start in any shape or form be deployed here to achieve this goal?

    This is not a WYSIWYG editor question; WYSIWYG editors are things
like KompoZer, Dreamweaver, FrontPage, and even web-based things like
TinyMCE, et al.

    That aside, try this very basic example (and expounded) and see if
it's what you're trying to achieve:

echo '<title>';

if (isset($_GET['title'])) {
    echo $_GET['title'];
} else {
    echo 'The title has not been set!';

echo '</title>'.PHP_EOL;

echo '<a 


</Daniel P. Brown>
Network Infrastructure Manager

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