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One of my sites is for a local organization with different clubs within the one organization. I have to list the upcoming meetings in two separate locations: (1) the home page where the upcoming meeting for all of the clubs is listed (in different tabbed entries), and (2) on the page for the individual club. This is different from a calendar listing. The line of text describing the meeting is formatted differently on the different Pages.

Is there a way to enter the text in one place and have it copy automatically to two pages, within the format codes each Page requires? Not a whole page or post worth, just a line of text?

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closed as too localized by toscho Jan 2 '13 at 23:08

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Please explain the format: Do you need two different texts for each meeting or just different markup? –  toscho Mar 1 '12 at 11:03
    
Same text; different markup; both on pages not posts, although if it makes a difference, it would good to know how to work with both. Home Page: Text is in a [ tabgroup ]; meeting date & time on one line in h5 format; content in paragraph format. Club Page: All text is on on the page in one p with meeting date & time in span style for color and strong for bold; content in paragraph format. –  OYF Jun 26 '12 at 16:05

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You could definitely do this any number of ways. You could register a widget area for it, define a settings API field for it, have a post whose content you use, or even hardcode a variable in the backend.

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Thank you -- but I am just a person who uses WordPress. I have no programming background. Any place I can go to get an idea now any of this works more specifically? –  OYF Mar 1 '12 at 2:01
    
How which one works? –  m0r7if3r Mar 1 '12 at 2:13

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