Have WordPress search handle the WordPress quick tag: nextpage

  1. TomUsher


    WordPress search doesn't handle the WordPress quick tag: <!--nextpage-->

    I'm not sure why the less than and greater than refuses to show up here regardless of whether or not I use ` to surround the code, but the < is a less than and the > is a greater than.

    For those who don't understand the significance of <!--nextpage-->, placing that anywhere in a post text body results in a page break. It's very helpful for long posts. You can learn a little more about it here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Write_Post_SubPanel#Quicktags

    WordPress search results only returns the first page in a paged-post. I am requesting that WordPress search return the paged-post result such as if the search term only shows up on URL/2 (that would be page 2 of the post), then the actual search results will return /2 rather than only the main post URL or 1st page where the reader will not then find the search term in the text. I trust that makes sense.

    Thank you, and please vote for this idea.

    Posted: 9 years ago #

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    This idea is under consideration