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With this you can give your readers the ability to search and filter your posts / catalogue to quickly find the information they need.
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With this you can give your readers the ability to search and filter your posts / catalogue to quickly find the information they need.
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Next try removing all the search fields from the WPCFS search form. Now when you click the search button on the front end, the plugin will not filter anything.
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Next try removing all the search fields from the WPCFS search form. Now when you click the search button on the front end, the plugin will not filter anything.
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Now try using the search form on the frontend of the site, if you now see the posts then that was the issue although you'll probably want to refine which posts are shown (you most likely don't want your site visitors seeing old revisions of posts etc.)
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Now try using the search form on the frontend of the site, if you now see the posts then that was the issue although you'll probably want to refine which posts are shown (you most likely don't want your site visitors seeing old revisions of posts etc.)
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Firstly set your form to show all post types, to do this open the search form settings by clicking the little cog icon on the top right of the form editor. You should a checkbox called "Show default post types", uncheck this and you should be given a list of all post_types used by your site. Just select the top option "Show All Post Types" and click save.
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Firstly set your form to show all post types, to do this open the search form settings by clicking the little cog icon on the top right of the form editor. You should a checkbox called "Show default post types", uncheck this and you should be given a list of all post_types used by your site. Just select the top option "Show All Post Types" and click save.
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To identify which is the problem, we'll go through them step by step.
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To identify which is the problem, we'll go through them step by step.
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The wordpress core search logic may be filtering by post type
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The wordpress core search logic may be filtering by post type
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With this you can give your readers the ability to search and filter your posts / catalogue to quickly find the information they need. Any custom fields you have added to your posts can be made searchable as well as the core post fields like title, author, categories etc. Configurable input widgets allow you to customise the form further to build exactly the search you need for your site.
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With this you can give your readers the ability to search and filter your posts / catalogue to quickly find the information they need. Any custom fields you have added to your posts can be made searchable as well as the core post fields like title, author, categories etc. Configurable input widgets allow you to customise the form further to build exactly the search you need for your site.
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If the posts do display elsewhere on your public facing site but not in the wpcfs search results even with all filter fields removed then there is likely a conflict between the wpcfs plugin and another plugin or theme which you are using. The process for debugging this would be much like in situation 2, disabling different plugins and themes etc. to see which one allows the posts to display. If you can identify which other plugin is conflicting please let me know, if it’s a widely used plugin I will look to make sure we are compatible it in future.
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If the posts do display elsewhere on your public facing site but not in the wpcfs search results even with all filter fields removed then there is likely a conflict between the wpcfs plugin and another plugin or theme which you are using. The process for debugging this would be much like in situation 2, disabling different plugins and themes etc. to see which one allows the posts to display. If you can identify which other plugin is conflicting please let me know, if it’s a widely used plugin I will look to make sure we are compatible it in future.
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Debugging this could be tricky, and not really relevant here, but you could try de-activating all your plugins, switching themes, editing your posts to make sure they are published and public etc.
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Debugging this could be tricky, and not really relevant here, but you could try de-activating all your plugins, switching themes, editing your posts to make sure they are published and public etc.
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This means if another plugin (or a config setting) has already filtered out some posts, the wpcfs search results will respect this and will also not show those filtered posts.
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This means if another plugin (or a config setting) has already filtered out some posts, the wpcfs search results will respect this and will also not show those filtered posts.
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Do these posts display anywhere else on your site? If they don’t display anywhere else then you’re likely in situation 2. Basically the plugin only ever filters the results which you see, so it starts with the list of all visible posts and then applies a set of filter rules to gradually filter out some of those posts until your search results are left.
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Do these posts display anywhere else on your site? If they don’t display anywhere else then you’re likely in situation 2. Basically the plugin only ever filters the results which you see, so it starts with the list of all visible posts and then applies a set of filter rules to gradually filter out some of those posts until your search results are left.
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If your results are still not showing even with an empty search form then you’re likely in situation 2 or 3.
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If your results are still not showing even with an empty search form then you’re likely in situation 2 or 3.
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If your results are now showing then there was a problem with one of the search fields. Try adding them back one by one until you find which one is causing the problem. If you think they should match, please let me know and I will try to debug further.
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If your results are now showing then there was a problem with one of the search fields. Try adding them back one by one until you find which one is causing the problem. If you think they should match, please let me know and I will try to debug further.
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There are basically 4 reasons why no results may show up.
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There are basically 4 reasons why no results may show up.
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There may be a conflict between wpcfs and another plugin/theme used on your site
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There may be a conflict between wpcfs and another plugin/theme used on your site
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