Ultimate WP Query Search Filter lets you filter searches through post types, taxonomies and meta fields. Results displayed via search template or Ajax
You can simply refer the themes/default.css within the plugin folder and alter it or override it at your theme's CSS file.
Put this into your template:
Just insert the shortcodes like you would in the post content. eg.
From version 1.0.4 you can use
get_uwpqdf_form() to display the form in template. You have to insert aleast the form id attribute to the function. Eg.
$arg=array('id'=>102); echo get_uwpqsf_form($arg);. Other attributes supported includes 'button','formtitle' and 'divclass', just like the shortcodes does.
The 'button' parameter is used to display/hide the search button. NOTE that this parameter is applied to AJAX SEARCH only and once you hide the button, it will automatically update the result when a change is made in the search form. To hide the button, simply add 'button=0' to the shortcode. eg.
[ULWPQSF id=3299 button=0]
The 'divclass' is used to add your own class to the front-end search form. This class will be applied to each filter (taxonomy or meta field) and then you can use it for customize the design etc. To use the parameter, just simply add 'divclass' to the shortcode. eg.
[ULWPQSF id=3299 divclass=my_own_class]
Just set the
formtitle attribute to 0 in the shortcode eg.
[ULWPQSF id=3299 formtitle="0"]
Frist, you need to enable the string search at the form setting page, then on the shortcode add
[ULWPQSF id=3299 text_position="top"].
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Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.5
Last Updated: 6 months ago
Active Installs: 8,000+
4 of 41 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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