Add Search To Menu

Description

Add Search To Menu plugin allows you to add search form in your site navigation bar that enables users to search your site easily.

You can use various plugin settings in the admin area to customize the search form and search results.

The styling of search form highly depends on how the theme styles search form so if you face any styling issue with it then to style it correctly feel free to get free support from our support forum here Plugin support forum

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Access Plugin Documentation on http://freewptp.com/plugins/add-search-to-menu/

Screenshots

  • Displays default search form in the navigation bar in the front end of site.
  • Displays dropdown search form in the navigation bar in the front end of site.
  • Displays sliding search form in the navigation bar in the front end of site.
  • Displays full width search form in the navigation bar in the front end of site.
  • Plugin settings in the admin area of the site.

Installation

  • Install the plugin from the ‘Plugins’ section in your dashboard (Go to Plugins -> Add New -> Search and search for Add Search To Menu).
  • Alternatively, you can download the plugin from the repository. Unzip it and upload it to the plugins folder of your WordPress installation (wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation).
  • Activate it through the ‘Plugins’ section.
  • Use the Settings -> Add Search To Menu to configure the plugin

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  • Install the plugin from the ‘Plugins’ section in your dashboard (Go to Plugins -> Add New -> Search and search for Add Search To Menu).
  • Alternatively, you can download the plugin from the repository. Unzip it and upload it to the plugins folder of your WordPress installation (wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation).
  • Activate it through the ‘Plugins’ section.
  • Use the Settings -> Add Search To Menu to configure the plugin
Why does the search form not display on my site navigation?

Please make sure you have configured the plugin settings from Settings -> Add Search To Menu

Reviews

Great plug-in and great support!

This plug-in provides the search button magnifying glass next to the menu that so many sites want. It is very easy to use and the author provides outstanding support to people that ask for help.

Perfect!

At first it didn’t sit properly on my site, but that was quickly resolved with the support.
Exactly what I wanted, thank you!

Great Support!

This is a very simple plugin to use and Author is very prompt to solve any problems that may arise if it does not work properly with your theme.

Great Support

The plugin is simple and easy to use. But more than that support is excellent. So if you don not want default search bar that is the one you are looking for. I advise everyone.

Thanks!

I didn’t notice for ages that Twenty Seventeen doesn’t have a search bar in the main menu. Decided to be lazy and look for a plugin – this is great! It even offers a few more style options. Recommended.

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Contributors & Developers

“Add Search To Menu” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0

  • Initial release.

2.0

  • Resolved scrolling issue in fixed menu and made magnifying glass icon resizable.

3.0

  • Added plugin options Search Post Types, Google CSE, Mobile Display and Custom CSS.
  • Styled it for default WordPress themes.

3.1

  • Resolved search icon background color issue.
  • Added search form close icon to close search form.

3.2

  • Fixed incorrect JavaScript and CSS files URLs displayed in the plugin settings.
  • Fixed issue of using quotation in plugin custom CSS option.

3.3

  • Enhanced Mobile Display option to work with caching.

3.4

  • Resolved “PHP Notice: Undefined index: add_search_to_menu_style”