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  • Resolved briancraw


    Hey Greg,

    Is it possible to have search results returned on a page without the search form on it. I have quite a few options on my search form and the results appear under them which requires scrolling to view. I would prefer if I could have the results on a clean page with just a link to return to search form.

    Thanks, Brian

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  • Plugin Author Greg Winiarski


    yes, it is possible, on the new page you can use the [adverts_list] shortcode with search_bar param like this

    [adverts_list search_bar="disabled"]

    If your search form is using a custom form scheme (created with Custom Fields extension) then you will need to use the form_scheme param (even though the search form itself will not be displayed) otherwise only the default search params (keyword and location) will be recognized.

    Thread Starter briancraw


    Thanks Greg, Is there a way to use a custom page form with many options which returns results which requires scrolling to see results to return results on a page with the search bar disabled. I do not know how to use the advanced search form I created to be used to search and then return the results on a clean page. The [adverts_list search_bar=”disabled”] provides the page with no search bar but I do not know how to search with that page either. I am hoping to search with normal form and return results on clean page without search bar. Thanks!

    Plugin Author Greg Winiarski


    I am not sure if this is what you are asking about, but if you have custom search form named custom_search, then you could set-up your website like this

    1. in the wp-admin / Pages panel create a page with a shortcode

    [adverts_list search_bar="disabled" form_scheme="custom_search"]

    This is a clean page with search results only, lets assume that after publication this page URL will be

    2. in the wp-admin / Pages panel create a page with a shortcode

    [adverts_list search_bar="enabled" show_results="0" form_scheme="custom_search" redirect_to=""]

    This page will show the search form only and when you click search it will send the user to page created in point #1.

    In other words #2 will allow the user to set search params and will redirect him to a page that can take the params, filter ads and show results.

    Thread Starter briancraw


    Perfect. Thanks Greg!

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