I need this to work in wordpress. I know there is a search function already, and there are plugins I am sure. but I need this to work. When I try to get it working, I get an error saying call to undefined function. Get header.php. I put the search box in the sidebar then tried putting the code to run the search in the search.php and then set the action to the search.php. But it don’t work. Can you help?
I’m not sure I understand the problem. What is the goal? To have the search results appear in the sidebar when you do a search? You might be able to do it with an iframe or something so that the page you are currently viewing doesn’t have to reload. Otherwise you’ll have to make the action URL something like "/", which will return you to the homepage with the search results. Or use PHP to grab the current URL and plop that in as the action URL, so a search submit returns you to the current page.
I meant that I want the search box in the sidebar of the homepage which I can do. then I want the search results to show up in the content area just like the regular worpress search works. The idea is that it’s a google search which means it pays for the clicks. But it’s no good to create a new page for the thing. I was trying to get it to work like the regular wordpress search but when I put in my search, i get nothing, or it errors on get_header() I can’t figure out how to get the code to work without crashing or returning nothing.
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