[theme-reviewers] searchform.php, why?

Yulian Yordanov yul.yordanov at gmail.com
Mon Sep 5 11:27:27 UTC 2011

The theme has to have search-template in order to display search 
resultsproperly. IF search form is included so it has to be done by 
using *get_search_form()*

NOT 'include (TEMPLATEPATH . "/searchform.php");' NOT

On 05.09.2011 12:21, Daniel Fenn wrote:
> Hello all,
> Right now after taking a break I got my head stuck down into my theme 
> again and all is good.
> Reading over the guidelines reads:
> -------
> Search Form: Must be included using get_search_form()
> Themes may optionally customize the search form, as searchform.php
> --------------
> May I ask why that is the case? I am asking right now because what 
> happen in a case like mine where you need different markup for search 
> bar in the header, different markup in the sidebar and last and not 
> lease, different markup on the search results page.
> Now I recall that with the wordpress comments area it used to be where 
> you had to write up your code by yourself and now it is all done by 
> doing "comment_form() 
> <http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/comment_form>". I fully 
> understand that case, and wordpress give some control over it so it 
> not all that bad.
> But with the search form, I am realy lost on that one.
> Thanks
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