I'm in a bit of a pickle.
I'm creating ready made sites (clones) with pages and content that I provide and maintain coupled with each user maintaining their own blogs (posts).
To assist me with this I have a site wide menu that I insert into the common header.php template like so:
<?php include("ssi/pages/menu.php"); ?>
So that this works, I'm NOT suing the absolute URLs just the relative path in the menu, like so:
<li ><a title="About Me">../about-me/" >About Me</a><ul ><br /> <li ><a title="My Experience">../about-me/my-experience/" >My Experience</a><br />
and so on.
That's all fine, until we get to the Blog posts.
Once viewing posts, the menu structure changes to smth like this:
with the pemalink structure inserted between the domain name and the page I need to navigate to.
How can I get around this problem?
Is there some .htaccess magic
can I add the domain name into my menu dynamically based on the current url?
I'm using a static home page (welcome) and static blog page (blog)
I'd be happy for the URLs of posts to look like this:
I'm not attached to showing dates as part of the permalink structure.
Many thanks for you help.