[wp-hackers] Rewriting search URL
chmoka at gmail.com
Sat Apr 23 13:54:47 GMT 2005
Where exactly does the onclick bit go? At the moment I'm using the following
code to display a searchbox:
<form action="/" method="get">
<input value="<?php echo wp_specialchars($s, 1); ?>" name="s" id="s" />
<input type="submit" value=" !" id="searchbutton" />
On 4/22/05, Sebastian Herp <newsletter at scytheman.net> wrote:
> document.searchform.action='/search/' + document.searchform.s.value;"
> to your submit-button ... replace "searchform" with whatever name your
> form has ...
> Peak Discharge wrote:
> > That changes my url into the form of
> > http://www.unicorns.com/?s=string, which is a progress. The aim,
> > however is to change all search urls to
> > http://www.unicorns.com/search/string
> > On 4/22/05, *denis at semiologic.com <mailto:denis at semiologic.com>*
> > <denis at semiologic.com <mailto:denis at semiologic.com>> wrote:
> > Quoting Peak Discharge <chmoka at gmail.com <mailto:chmoka at gmail.com>>:
> > > One of the things I love wp for is it's permalinks systems that
> > utilizes
> > > mod_rewrite. I have tried tens of blog scripts in the past but
> > wp's is the
> > > best one. One thing I have noticed, however, it does not rewrite
> > the search
> > > URL. So instead of something neat such as '
> > > http://www.unicorns.com/search/unicorn'
> > <http://www.unicorns.com/search/unicorn%27>, I see
> > > 'http://www.unicorns.com/index.php?s=unicorn&searchbutton=Go%21
> > <http://www.unicorns.com/index.php?s=unicorn&searchbutton=Go%21>
> > simply change the form's action's to "/" to solve this
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best regards, chmoka
mailto:chmoka at gmail.com
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