I am using Drupal 7 and have been trying to figure out following:
How do I make a menu link to the latest article that has been classified with a certain taxonomy term? For example, I want to have a menu link called ‘Lifestyle’ and by clicking that I expect to get the most recent article classified with taxonomy term ‘Lifestyle’. For SEO purposes I prefer if the menu link would contain the title of the article.
I tried to do this using Views module with basic filters, but I have some issues with this approach:
As a result I do get a latest article with a certain taxonomy term, but the page title is displayed twice (the first one is a link to article itself). How do I remove this properly in a Drupal way (I don’t want to use CSS to hack it).
Also, as a result, Views generated URL that looks like this: http://www.mydrupalsite.com/articles/latest/1 (where 1 is a taxonomy term id). I would like it better if the URL would point directly to the node like this: http://www.mydrupalsite.com/articles/the-article-title-here