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Published:
13 Dec 2017
You can use a standard WordPress template (e.g. archive.php, index.php, etc.) or a custom file (e.g. foo.php) to display your search fields and results. In addition to search fields, there are many elements that can be used on your search page. ####Elements #####Loop Display area for the loop (search items). #####Order Input field for adjusting […]
Published:
12 Nov 2017
W3 Search Fields performs complex queries to determine how many matches are associated with a particular term. Also, the fields need to fetch a collection terms from various sources. In order to optimize database requests, while also reducing load time, W3 Search Fields creates a cache of various values so only a few database requests […]
Published:
12 Nov 2017
register_w3sf_form
Published:
12 Nov 2017
###Parameters ####Label This is label that will be shown to web users above the relevant form field. ####Name A unique, alphanumeric value with no spaces or special characters. Generally it will be automatically generated based on the label value. ####Option This is the value that the field will match against (taxonomy, post type, date created, […]
Published:
11 Nov 2017
###Installation 1. Purchase and download W3 Search Fields. 2. Visit WP-Admin -> Plugins -> Add New 3. Upload the W3 Search Fields zip file. 4. Click the “activate” button. ###Basic Setup 1. Once W3 Search Fields have been activated, all you need to do is visit the WP-Admin and click on the W3 Search Fields […]
Published:
11 Nov 2017
W3 Search Fields is a WordPress plugin that allows for complex, multi-faceted search queries using a series of custom form fields (checkbox, radio, select, etc.). For example, a user could search for posts by a particular author, in a particular category, published in a particular year and so on. Furthermore, W3 Search Fields can display […]
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