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is there a way to show a submit button? And also to wrap it, cause i want a image as button ;D
You can specify any image as background for submit button – no need to wrap.
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submit button – i thought this is ajax search – search results appear as you finish typing or while you type. Are you sure you want submit button? :) If “yes”, did you look in plugin help?
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Ya im sure i want a button :D and ya i looked in the plugin help but i cant find anything related to a button
Hi there, any way you can put the Mootools 1.11 version of the plugin online? I would really like to implement it on a 1.11 site
Great plugin!!!…. But I’m trying to see how can cbs_live_search be implemented to act as a drop down menu like on apple web site suggestion search box. I found a great link about A fancy Apple.com-style search suggestion.
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Is it just me or for some reason this plugin doesn’t work on Firefox v3.5.3 ?
I have it running on a local install of 4.0.8 and it works fine in FF 3.5.3 – must be something else.
Is there a way to custom the results links please?
I need to add the section name at the end of any result,
because lets say I post a news article about my trip to blabla,
now after the trip I post another two articles one with videos and one with photos.
so when you search for blabla you get 3 articles titles results that quite the same,
and you don’t know if it’s photos/videos or news.
so by adding the section name the visitor can know what is what.
I believe I need to edit this line of code and also add a global/var above of it:
I have a problem using this plugin in txp 4.2.0: when in live mode I get this very same error message.
Strict Standards: Non-static method timezone::is_dst() should not be called statically in /home/root/textpattern/lib/txplib_misc.php on line 1265 Strict Standards: Non-static method timezone::is_supported() should not be called statically in /home/root/textpattern/lib/txplib_misc.php on line 2523
I temporarily solved by using the Ruud’s suggestion in that thread, but that is a suboptimal solution. I was wondering if this could be fixed in the plugin or in the next bugfix version of textpattern, because I’m not sure if it’s a bug or a feature/option/server setting/etc…
The problem is not showing when in debug or test mode, and that sounds strange to me. And, also, the error messages change when you change the timezone setting from automatic. Maybe adding some check is good, but I don’t exactly understant who should do that, if developer or plugin author…