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I was hoping someone might create an extension that allows for users (when submitting a question)  to submit a link in an additional field and this link is automatically assigned to the the title as a url. Then when the user clicks the title they get forwarded to the webpage of the link. I know this sounds counter intuitive for a Q&A but imagine if someone typed in a title "How do I get a Question2Answer skin that looks like this" and then when the user clicks on it they get directly sent to it.

 

Then they can always comment/answer.

For my use of Question2Answer this would be a very useful addition, plus it would be a simply extension that allows users to have the familiarity of reddit or digg.

If anyone is willing to do a modification or extension for this I am willing to incentivise the project per compensation. Just email me admin [at] wikiaudio [dot] [org]

 

 

Addendum: This would probably have to have an admin option that puts these kinds of posts in a queue so that they have to be OK'd before going live. This prevents link spam.

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As a starting point, check out the "extra field" option under Admin>Posting. Then you may be able to modify the theme to use that as the URL.
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This is something that I too would be definitely interested in!
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It would also have to include additional buttons below the post so that if users wanted to respond they could. Otherwise they would simply get forwarded to a link. In short, you can't answer questions/respond without first opening the title, so new buttons would need to be created below the post that allows users to reply without first opening the question title.
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Hi guys. Im doing it and, at this first moment, Im using q2a custom field to post a url and link the question title to the url given there. In description, I add a 'read more' link too. What Id like to build (future) its a button to this link and a url validation when posting a 'question'.

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