[wp-hackers] AjaxWp enhancement

Dan Gayle dangayle at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 08:50:59 GMT 2008

There was a page that Gianni Milanesi had that explained his  
rationale and process in creating AjaxWp, recreated here:


In that page, he talks about Ajax' inability to bookmark/navigate  
history and how he fixed that issue, in the process making really  
ugly permalinks.

The cool thing about this is that all of the regular links work and  
look like normal. The only thing that doesn't look normal is the the  
url in the address bar.

As soon as I can, I'll see about adding the relevant comments to both  
pages where discussion about this very matter was described.

On Nov 19, 2008, at 12:38 AM, Alex Hempton-Smith wrote:

> Just a note about my first point, although copying that generated  
> URL and
> pasting it does work, it's certainly not pretty, and almost defies the
> object of having pretty permalinks (which I sort of live off :P)
> -- Alex
> On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 8:36 AM, Alex Hempton-Smith <
> hempsworth at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> Some enhancements before I would even think about using this on my  
>> sites;
>> *  Better URL's, the 'real' URL of the page would be needed  
>> because many
>> people copy/paste this
>> *  Don't load the page if it's already open (I was on the download  
>> page,
>> clicked on the link to the same page and it loaded the page again,  
>> it should
>> recognise where I am)
>> After that, I might use it. Maybe :P
>> -- Alex
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