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I run a site with an advanced blogging system – depending on categories, tags and (two) custom taxonomies.
If a user searches for a term that happens to be a taxonomy (tag, category, custom taxonomy), is it possible to offer him an archive page first (e.g. http://www.example.com/category) where all posts with such term are shown INSTEAD OF all posts with the term? Is there a way how to style it differently than rest of the results (conditional tags)?
Because of client, I need to stick with a built-in WordPress search, however I would love to use any plugin/hack out there. Right now, I use Relevanssi plugin.
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