Hey everyone! I really need some help, as I’m complete stumped on how to solve my little problem… 🙂
I’m building a CMS powered by WP – you can see it here – http://www.sheqafrica.com. The structure of the site’s template looks like this:
<!– START HEADER –>
1. Use query_posts() to call the latest featured article from a specific category
2. Use another query_posts() to call the latest blog posts from another category
<!– END HEADER –>
<!– LEFT SIDEBAR –>
<!– MAIN CONTENT –>
Again, I’m using query_posts() to call just the page specific posts or page content
<!– END MAIN CONTENT –>
<!– RIGHT SIDEBAR —>
So this is my problem:
Everything works fine on all the content pages(index.php, single.php, page.php and archive.php), except for the search.php page. I’ve experienced this problem before, when using query_posts() and then I would just remove it from the search.php page. Problem is, I can’t remove the two query_posts() in the header, since that’s the ONLY way of pulling content there.
So how do I solve this problem? I haven’t found any info regarding possibly resetting the query_posts() that starts just before the search results’ loop… Any ideas?
I would appreciate any help greatly!
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