[wp-hackers] can url auto-completing in wordpress by turned off somehow?
jayarjo at gmail.com
Wed Jul 15 12:17:34 UTC 2009
Ok, I think I've found good way to do what I need, I hooked up my function
with lower priority (higher) then 'redirect_canonical'. I do what I need and
then return handle to default action. Is it good and safe enough?
Thank you for the tip.
On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 3:16 PM, Jeremy Visser <jeremy at visser.name> wrote:
> On Wed, 2009-07-15 at 14:49 +0400, Davit Barbakadze wrote:
> > Today I noticed a strange behavior, which I have not noticed before. If
> > permalinks are activated and you enter just one letter after last slash
> > (like: domain.com/a) wordpress doesn't through 404 page, it
> > redirects you to the first post with title starting with that letter (in
> > example - with 'a'). Of course it useful in some cases, but in my it's
> > So... is there anyway to prevent that behavior?
> Before you go disabling that behaviour, I would urge you to keep it on.
> One really useful thing it does is redirect you if half the URL is
> chopped off -- i.e. in an e-mail.
> http://example.com/2009/01/01/hello- will get successfully redirected to
> Also, it gives you nice little shortcuts to your blog posts, akin to
> something like TinyURL. If you write a blog post titled "Shepherd's Pie
> With Tripe And Fish Oil", and its permalink is
> http://example.org/2009/01/01/shepherds-pie-with-tripe-and-fish-oil/ you
> can just refer people to http://example.org/shepherds-pie and it will
> But if you *really* want to disable that behaviour, you can use this
> It's a one-liner plugin that just does this:
> remove_filter('template_redirect', 'redirect_canonical');
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