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Wordpress Plugin Information of
|Plugin Meta Name||Plugin Meta Information|
|Plugin Description||Facetious lets you add a faceted - often called an 'advanced' - search form to your WordPress website.|
|Detail Plugin Description||
Facetious lets you add a faceted - often called an 'advanced' - search form to your WordPress website. It comes with a ready-to-use sidebar widget, plus a number of implementation options for developers.
A Facetious form can include dropdown lists of:
You can also restrict searches by post type (singular), if you so desire.
Additionally, Facetious introduces an extra 'pretty permalink' structure around search queries, which may help your site performance if you're using a caching plugin like WP Super Cache. Also, they look a heck of a lot friendlier than
Please note - Facetious isn't a replacement search engine; it helps you construct the search query, but then it's over to WordPress to run the actual search.
Facetious is a product of Code For The People Ltd, and is based on work done during 2012 on behalf of several UK public sector clients, among them:
... which is why we're keen to offer it for wider public use.
The simplest way to add a Facetious search form is to add the Facetious widget to your sidebar. You'll see a complete list of options so you can choose which fields to include in your search form.
Developers can use a template function to output a Facetious search form and have complete control over the form and its fields, such as text labels, class names, etc.
The main template function for outputting a Facetious search form is
'$args' is an array of arguments thus:
Each item in the 'fields' array can be either:
For each field specified as an array you can specify:
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