Support » Plugin: Ivory Search - WordPress Search Plugin » Omit search Button and just press enter

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  • Plugin Author Vinod Dalvi

    (@vinod-dalvi)

    I hope you are well today and thank you for your question.

    Yes, we can achieve that by developing custom CSS code.

    Could you please share me the page URL from your site where it is displaying so that I can help you to achieve it?

    Best regards,

    Hello, @vinod-dalvi

    Thanks for the feedback. I created a test page so you can look into it: https://www.ceb-solutions.com/test-page/

    This search form would be just to search the documentation posts listed below. Where it appears “Search…”, it would be great if was possible to show “Search documentation…”.

    Thanks,

    Regards

    Plugin Author Vinod Dalvi

    (@vinod-dalvi)

    Is it possible to omit the search button and just press Enter to get the results

    You can achieve this by adding the below CSS code in the Custom CSS option of Ivory Search plugin settings on the path Ivory Search -> Settings -> Settings

    .for_search button.w-btn {
        display: none;
    }

    Where it appears “Search…”, it would be great if was possible to show “Search documentation…”.

    The search form and its placeholder text are displayed by the theme that you are using on your site so you can change it by editing theme searchform.php file in the child theme as described in the following page.

    https://handcoded.ca/wordpress-custom-search-form/

    Alternatively, you can change the text by translating your theme or using any of the below plugins.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/say-what/
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/real-time-find-and-replace/

    Thank you, @vinod-dalvi. The omission of the button worked perfectly.

    For the placeholder text I will follow your suggestions.

    Thanks again.

    Regards,

    Pedro

    Plugin Author Vinod Dalvi

    (@vinod-dalvi)

    You are most welcome, I’m glad I was able to help you in this matter. There is no obligation but by your kind words I wonder if I could trouble you to leave a review based on this experience here:

    https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/add-search-to-menu/reviews/#new-post

    I’d really appreciate that. 🙂

    And if I can be of any further assistance please don’t hesitate to ask.

    Deserved review done 🙂

    Keep the excellent work!

    Plugin Author Vinod Dalvi

    (@vinod-dalvi)

    Thank you very much!

    Hello, @vinod-dalvi

    Both customizations you suggest previously – remove Search button and placeholder text – don’t work anymore. Are both still valid as you mentioned? I’m trying to find the reason for the issue…

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Vinod Dalvi

    (@vinod-dalvi)

    The search form and its placeholder text are displayed by the theme searchform.php file that you are using on your site and currently, the plugin doesn’t control it.

    The theme code or something might have changed on your site causing it not to work.

    Could you please share me the page URL from your site where the search form is displaying so that I can troubleshoot it?

    Hello, @vinod-dalvi

    I’m sharing a test page with the form that stop working: https://www.ceb-solutions.com/test02/

    The theme was recently updated. I will also check the theme developer if anything has changed to result in the issue ddescribe.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Vinod Dalvi

    (@vinod-dalvi)

    It seems the search form markup is changed displayed on the shared page so please use the below custom CSS code to omit search button.

    input#searchsubmit {
        display: none;
    }

    To change the form text, please contact the theme developer.

    Hello, Vinod

    It worked again with that code. I’m in contact with the theme developer to check what happened. I will post back with update.

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Vinod Dalvi

    (@vinod-dalvi)

    Welcome 🙂

    Hello, Vinod

    Last theme update actually had a issue that will be fix in next release. For the current installation, core php were fixed by theme developer and it’s all working again although still with a different custom CSS to omit the search button:

    .search-form .search-submit {
        display: none;
    } 

    Thanks for all.

    Cheers

    Plugin Author Vinod Dalvi

    (@vinod-dalvi)

    Ok

    Thank you for notifying me it here.

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