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    Main problem:
    I want my php script to read from a specific page (this is used in my sidebar where i have a calender that reads from a page with the ID "365")
    This is the current view post code


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    I’m wondering if i can make the static php script to a constant script that no matter what reads from that specific page.
    Any one have a guess? :)

    side problem:
    my wordpress page seems to not "read&write" when i do a empty line in visual mode (while creating a page/post) shouldn’t it ad like a </br> tag each and every empty line?

    also, can i adjust the height of the empty line somehow?

    sorry for this messy post, and please note that my english isn’t the best.

    I appreciate your answer! :)



    Chris Coyier

    I’m not sure I really understand the question/problem. You might want to look into the query_posts() function in the codex, which you can use to control what the loop will display, and can easily be adjusted to only display content from a single post/page.

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