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Having upgraded the plugin and all add-ons on one of our websites the search results page now has two sets of search results.
One set seems to be coming straight off the back of the “[gmw form=”1″]” form shortcode in the header widget. The second set of results come from the “[gmw form=”results”]” shortcode in the page content itself.
The map only appears in the first (erroneous) set of results inside the header widget.
There are new shortcodes that you can use in order to overcome this this conflict. Using the shortcodes below you can place any of the form elements anywhere on the page:
1) [gmw search_form=”form_id”] – display the search form only
2) [gmw map=”1″] – display the map ( “Display Map” feature in form editor needs to be set to “Using shortcode”.
3) [gmw search_results=”form_id”] – display the search results ( with the map if “Display map” set to “In results”.
By accident I use form_id_1 in the example above. It should really be the ID of the form that you are using. So if your form ID is 1 your shortcodes should be: