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08/01/2018 at 3:42 am #468850Naveen ChandraParticipant
Referring the solution you gave to some other user (Here), I did what u suggested but any keyword search is returning no result (Screenshot attached).
Though I have only few test entries for now, I would like to see it working before I proceed. U can still access my website using credentials I shared earlier in a private message (Here)
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.08/01/2018 at 11:13 am #468933
I took a look and ti does appear to be working fine. I noticed you had the word text in a couple bios — here’s a link to you directory which filters the results by
Hope this helps!08/01/2018 at 11:30 am #468935Naveen ChandraParticipant
I’m still confused if I’m searching the right way or not. I have a Simple Connections Search in my right panel. I entered the search text “test” and it shown me again “Nothing Found” and my search result page URL is very different from yours. Its “http://projectlife.net/river/?cn-s=test” at my end. One more thing when I search using this URL (http://projectlife.net/river/home/?cn-s=test) it shows me the correct result as your search does. My Directory is located on the “Home” page. Please refer attachments. Thanks
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.08/01/2018 at 11:58 am #468939
Ok, I see. I tested the keyword search added by the Circled template which worked as expected. The Simple Search widget does (did) indeed have a bug. The directory page on the same page as the WordPress Front Page is a special case due to the way WordPress handles the front page internally. The template search took this into account properly, the widget did not. I’ve applied a “hotfix” the widget on your site. It now functions as expected when the directory of on the front page.
Apologies for the trouble!08/01/2018 at 11:59 am #468940
Oh, forgot to mention… you’ll have to refresh the page at least once before doing a search so WordPress updates the page with the correct code.
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