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I want to have some cotent shared between various posts.


I am writing a series of posts on backbone js. The thing is every post has some common content ie from where you can download the source code etc. Now everytime I want to make a new post, I just copy paste that same content. Now one problem is: modifying the content. Today I want to modify the content in all the post. Now I have to manually edit the content in each post.

It will be great if I can use a shared copy something like partial in ruby on rails and just edit that shared copy and all the post having that shared copy get modified.

Any suggestions, plugins etc.

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take a look at wordpress.org/extend/plugins/shortcodes-ui – Bainternet Dec 31 '12 at 20:22

Register a custom taxonomy, filter the_content, and add the term description.

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Or just add a specific tag to those posts, then filter the_content and add the term description... – webaware Dec 31 '12 at 22:18

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