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08/26/2015 at 3:26 pm #344457
Steven, can you let me know where you set the permalink for the form action?08/26/2015 at 3:38 pm #34447008/28/2015 at 11:55 pm #344817
Steve, everything was working perfectly on the site we have on a live domain. However, without making any changes search on our directory page suddenly is not kicking to the “search-results” page that was defined by the home_id=329.
It’s back to delivering the results in the same page.
What would cause such a change when there have been no edits?08/29/2015 at 10:31 am #344839
I took a look at the page source and the form action is no longer being set… the original reason it was not working. It seems my changes were accidentally/unknowingly reverted by someone.
On Monday I plan on releasing another bugfix update which incorporates the changes I made to your site. So, I would say update to it and I expect the issue to be resolved.08/31/2015 at 10:19 am #344995
Steven, everything was working great and suddenly the search is no longer working on our directory. It’s now doing the same delivery of the search results back to the same page. We haven’t made any changes to it though.
See here: http://ccshkt.com/directory/
I’ll reset a user for you if you feel that will help.08/31/2015 at 12:24 pm #344998
oops. I see I double posted…I didn’t notice the pagination!08/31/2015 at 12:53 pm #345002
Steve, if I update the class.template.part.php file with the code from Github, should it correct the issue regarding the form action for the time being?08/31/2015 at 3:16 pm #345068
re: if I update the class.template.part.php file with the code from Github, should it correct the issue regarding the form action for the time being?
No, because I have not pushed the change to Github. I’ll be working on pushing out the update in about an hour after that point you’ll be able to do the update or pull the change from the master branch in Github (master branch is always the current released version.08/31/2015 at 3:23 pm #345078
Oh, I did login real quick… that changes I made to make it work, they were somehow reverted back to the original code…
The only other time I seen this happen all by itself was when the user had a script which automatically pulled the released versions of plugins on a schedule. They did this to help ensure that plugin files were not being altered from their original state. Perhaps you have something like this running too???08/31/2015 at 3:35 pm #345080
Hmm…I do believe WordPress did an autoupdate and it may have updated plugins too but I’m not sure if it does that. Ugh. I’ll wait for the update.
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