Author Topic: A Plugin  (Read 605 times)

Offline mathtutoring

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A Plugin
« on: March 02, 2017, 06:24:30 AM »
Hi fellow website baker fans,

I just finished creating this site.

http://www.qetutoring.com/

Using WebsiteBaker and must say I'm beginning to really like the flexibility of website baker especially when creating templates.

One question on this site I recently did in Wordpress and HTML websites many others sites I put in a Search form for the site so you type in a word and stuff comes up in a new page.

I was wondering is there anything like this in WebsiteBaker I can add to the Math Tutoring site I made. I just want it in the top right corner of the site and when you type something in I'd like it to populate the main content area.

Thanks,

Kevin

Offline CodeALot

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Re: A Plugin
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2017, 09:24:32 PM »
Since you're just starting to discover the endless possibilities of WebsiteBaker, I suggest that you try entering
Code: [Select]
[[SearchBox]]
in your template source. This will call a 'droplet' that creates a.... yep you guessed it: search box. :-)
 
Later in your journeys through the sources of WebsiteBaker, you'll learn how to modify this Search-function to your liking.
 
In the Settings part of the backend, you will find the template for the search results. That too can of course be changed into anything you can think of, just like everything in WB is.