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WebWerx    0
WebWerx

I'd like to clean up the results produced by searchform.php. They are far too verbose (IMHO). I noted a reference to "pagelines_search_form( true )". Where do I go to tailor the results into something better? 

 

​Thanks for any and all input!

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Simon    247
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All that function does is echo the searchform html.

 

The Framework does not alter the search query in any way. If you want to do that you will need a wordpress filter/plugin.

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WebWerx

Thanks Simon. I am used to seeing a snippet with a "Read More" link. On this site, I get the entire post/page content. Odd... And what is really driving my interest in changing things. Thoughts / comments?

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Danny    1,327
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If you're seeing your full post on a search page, you most likely have full post content on search option checked, you can disable this in the Blog & Post settings.


Please search our forums, before posting!

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WebWerx

Bingo! Thanks danny. I guess it's easy when you in this stuff all day eh?  :beerhat:

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Danny    1,327
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No problem :D


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