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  1. fastworld United Kingdom

    fastworld Active Member

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    Wordpress isnt something i use very often so this may be very simple for most..

    On Steamtrains.co.uk, if you search for a tag on the site search the page displays the picture but the text 'testing' is shown.

    How are theses search results pages edited?

    I vaguely remember putting the testing text there some time ago but cant for the life of me find it now :oops:

    Thanks in advance :)
     
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  3. grantw United Kingdom

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    Admin > Appearance > Editor

    Then choose 'Search Results (search.php')' from the right hand menu.

    Probably in that file I'd guess.

    Grant
     
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    Many Thanks Grant.

    No search.php but a page-search.php & searchform.php

    Still cant find the text, have checked most of the other files in the editor too.. :confused:

    Ive got too stumble across it sooner or later!
     
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    have a look in your source file & search for 'testing' & you'll see:

    <a href="http://steamtrains.co.uk/leander-passing-pleasington-blackburn/" class="readmore">read more >></a></div> <!-- end section-overlay-->
    </div> <!-- end thumbnail-shadow-->
    </div> <!-- end thumbnail-div-->
    </div> <!-- end thumbnail-wrap--><p>testing</p>

    that may jog your memory lol
     
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    It's probably in either archive.php or, if you have one, tag.php.
     
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    Memory Jogged.. Found it.
    Was in defaultindex.php..
    Many thanks for your help guys
    :D
     
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    I'd do more than that, get rid of the "Posted on" and "posted by" snippets, change the wording "posts" to something less bloggy.

    I edit all my WP themes to remove the Blog references as it makes it more like a website.

    If you need help with that send me your theme files.

    Admin
     
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