jQuery(document).ready(function($) {        
            $('a.ttLinks').click(function() {

                 var url= $(this).attr("href"); 
                   $("#inCenter>[id^=featuredv]").load(url);    
                 return false;
 });
});  

I attempted creating a script that loads the items in a hyperlink when it's clicked on instead of reloading the page. I am not sure why however it appears that after a hyperlink is clicked on it loads the particular page that I am presently on into my featuredv div rather than only the items in the publish. I believe whenever a permalink is clicked on on, it loads the publish into index.php after which returns the page in my experience.

<div id="ttContent">
<?php
query_posts('meta_key=featuredt&posts_per_page=5');
if (have_posts()) : while (have_posts()) : the_post();
?>
<div id="featuredt-<?php echo $wp_query->current_post;?>">
<a class="ttLinks" rel="<?php the_permalink(); ?>" href="<?php echo the_permalink();?>">
<?php echo get_post_meta($post->ID, 'featuredt', TRUE);?></a></div>                                     
<?php endwhile;
endif;
?>
</div>

the code above may be the php I am using to create my links, I had been initially using href but after reading through another publish, Load Wordpress post content into DIV using AJAX , I figured maybe I ought to use the rel tag rather, there wasn't a positive change since in either case the url is identical however i was tired and seeking anything I possibly could.

<div id="inCenter">
<?php
query_posts('meta_key=featuredt&posts_per_page=1');
if (have_posts()) : while (have_posts()) : the_post();?>
<div id="featuredv-<?php  echo $wp_query->current_post;?>">
<?php echo $post->post_content;?></div>
<?php endwhile;
endif;
?>
</div>

Which code is exactly what creates this content that I wish to replace whenever a link is clicked on. What firebug appears to become showing would be that the very first time a hyperlink is clicked on it transmits a GET request the permalink which within the page it's displayed in, the 2nd time the links are clicked on it transmits 4 GET demands for that permalink, next time 12 and so forth. I am not using wordpress like a blog and that i do not have a spot for the posts load to so perhaps the posts are loading while using index.php automatically once the GET request is created? Many thanks for that help.

You need to publish your HTML to explain, but unless of course you are storing the prospective page's location within the rel attribute (instead of the greater intuitive href) element, then you will want to modify your line to see var url=$(this).attr("href");

I am just presuming the road underneath this line is not really inside your code (by which situation would make it 't be parseable). Please result in the changes for your question when needed. You only have to publish the appropriate Web coding (i.e. the a.ttlinks tags and also the #inCenter div (with contents)).

Okay therefore the answer was incredibly simple, all I needed to do was create a single.php with code nevertheless

<?php echo $post->post_content; ?>

and also the code works. I do not possess a page that loads my posts since I am not using wordpress like a blog, I did not think I desired one, however i did not have code telling the .js things to load therefore it only agreed to be loading the default index.php. Now my code works perfectly! Or, a minimum of it really works well right now, I have some testing to complete. Sorry basically frustrated anybody with my question, I simply did not understand how to request my question properly.