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[Resolved] Search Form returning 0 Results

  • Using BL version,

    I have all of my resources set to max visitors = 2

    I have a new page with the shortcode on it of: [bookingsearchresults]

    I have the booking calendar search form widget with the url of the new page set.

    When I choose a check-in and check-out date and select 1 for max visitors, it takes me to the new page and it says nothing found.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/booking/

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  • Plugin Author wpdevelop

    @wpdevelop

    Hello.
    please recheck the troubleshooting instruction about the showing of the search results here http://wpbookingcalendar.com/faq/no-search-results/

    I made sure that each of the listings has a booking calendar widget for that resource

    I then click Reset Cache

    The results still tell me 0

    Does the post have to have the booking resource short code in the body or can it be a in a Widget in the sidebar?

    Plugin Author wpdevelop

    @wpdevelop

    You are need to insert the booking forms directly into content of the posts or pages. The search results are not linked to the widget(s) in sidebar.

    If I put the shortcode into the page, it conflicts with the widget in the sidebar, neither one displays.

    How can I add the calendar as a shortcode and as a widget so that they do not conflict?

    I just need to use the Widget one.

    I have tried using <!– –> to hide the shortcode, but it doesn’t work as the shortcode still conflicts with the widget.

    I think I may have found the issue, but will need your help to resolve it.

    In addition to Pages and Posts, I have Listings…is there a way to manually set the Search to search Listings?

    Plugin Author wpdevelop

    @wpdevelop

    Unfortunately it’s not possible to show the booking forms if the same booking resource twice at the same visible page, the calendars are conflicts in this case. You can insert into one visible page the booking form for the different calendars only.

    If “listing” it’s your custom post type, so then it’s have to work for the search results, you just need to be sure that the status of these posts are not revisions.

    Please contact directly about this issue to this email support @ wpbookingcalendar.com, we will try to find some custom solution for you.

    I sent a message, but it returned as undeliverable to that address.

    Plugin Author wpdevelop

    @wpdevelop

    Received your email, and replied to you.

    Thank you, The search form is finding the custom posts with the customized code and with use of the sidebars.

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