New Plugin: Advanced Search (37 posts)

  1. lxg
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Hello Jeff,

    seems you confused my plugins? You're certainly talking about the ContuttoPDF plugin. ;-)

    The problem with the pictures is (as far as I can see) that you're site is at www.vandfam.net, while the pictures are referenced from vandfam.net (without www). The plugin has a security option not to include stuff from other domains. This also applies to pictures.

    If you want the pictures to be shown, you can either remove the domain from the images' URIs (which I would suggest) or you can open the file dompdf/dompdf_config.inc.php and set DOMPDF_ENABLE_REMOTE to true (which is potentially dangerous).

    Please let me know if it helps.

  2. lxg
    Posted 8 years ago #

    A new version of the advanced search is available, see the release note.

    The new version features some fixes and improvements. Also, the plugin is now WordPress 2.1 ready.

  3. Lio
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Hello Alex !

    Congratulation for your work ! It is great and with AdvancedSearch you made something I was looking for for a long time...

    It seems indeed to be a perfect and useful plugin, but unfortunately it does not work on my WordPress Weblog.

    As basketball, I also have a "WordPress database error" when I launch the search...

    Here down what WP returns :

    WordPress database error: [The used SELECT statements have a different number of columns]
    (SELECT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS DISTINCT *, MATCH(extranet_posts.post_title, extranet_posts.post_content) AGAINST('informatique val-form') AS score FROM extranet_posts INNER JOIN extranet_post2cat ON extranet_posts.ID = extranet_post2cat.post_id WHERE MATCH(extranet_posts.post_title, extranet_posts.post_content) AGAINST('informatique val-form' IN BOOLEAN MODE ) AND post_date_gmt <= '2007-03-30 09:39:01' AND post_password = '' AND post_status != 'draft' GROUP BY extranet_posts.ID ORDER BY score DESC ) UNION (SELECT d.id AS ID, 1 AS post_author, d.date AS post_date, 1 AS post_date_gmt, 1 AS post_content, 1 AS post_title, 1 AS post_category, 1 AS post_excerpt, 1 AS post_lat, 1 AS post_lon, 1 AS post_status, 1 AS comment_status, 1 AS ping_status, 1 AS post_password, 1 AS post_name, 1 AS to_ping, 1 AS pinged, 1 AS post_modified, 1 AS post_modified_gmt, 1 AS post_content_filtered, 1 AS post_parent, 1 AS guid, 1 AS menu_order, 'doc' AS post_type, 1 AS post_mime_type, 1 AS comment_count FROM extranet_document d WHERE ( keywords LIKE '%informatique%' OR title LIKE '%informatique%' OR summary LIKE '%informatique%' OR authors LIKE '%informatique%' OR keywords LIKE '%val-form%' OR title LIKE '%val-form%' OR summary LIKE '%val-form%' OR authors LIKE '%val-form%' ) ) LIMIT 0, 20

    Thanks if you (or someone else) have an idea about it !

  4. Andrew Ozz
    WordPress Dev
    Posted 8 years ago #

    It looks like another plugin is conflicting with Advanced Search. Everything after "UNION" in the query seems to be comming from somewhere else.

  5. Lio
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Hum... I also thought about that, but I desactivated all other plugins and the problem remained.

  6. Lio
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Oups sorry !

    azaozz is right : there's indeed a conflict with this plugin : http://code.google.com/p/wp-publications-archive/

    I desactivated it and Advanced Search works well.

    Sorry for my previous and erroneous post...

  7. Arash
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I know this topic is 6 months old. Yet I wonder if there is a new advanced search plugin or a plugin that searches based on relevance and has to ablitly to only search certian catagories?

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