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Semiologic Search Reloaded – major bug

  • If you type ? or ‘ or I imagine a variety of regex sensitive characters into a wordpress blog with semiologic’s Search Reloaded plugin, it gives a very unsightly mysql-revealing error message.

    For example, see http://www.semiologic.com/?s=%3F

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  • Denis de Bernardy


    It’s a tiny bug, actually… The error appears if you search for a string with non-word characters only. There is nothing to be concerned about.

    I’ll upload v.2.6 later today, which fixes this.


    Awesome, thanks

    Here in my blog, this plugin works fine, but it conflicts with another plugin like PageBar http://www.elektroelch.de/wp/pagebar.html
    which I use to navigate through different page result.
    And Search Reloades also cut the php code for the regular navigation in WP

    <?php posts_nav_link(‘ — ‘, __(‘« Previous Page’), __(‘Next Page »’)); ?>

    Any idea to fix this?

    Same issues here, can’t get the next/previous (at least via the WP calls) to show up…I guess one could hardcode the pagination…

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