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[Not resolved]Excerpt for Read More Link in Post Results Form

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  • #51255
    WPdigger
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    Hello Eyal,
    first I would like to thank you for your great plugin, I’m looking forward to the next release.

    In: Forms -> Search Results -> Excerpts

    Is there a way to stop the excerpt at the default WordPress

    <!–more–>

    shortcode in blogposts?

    Because the number of words to display is difficult to balance for the results page. I’m trying to build a gallery style grid layout for the frontpage.

    Thx in advance and kind regards.

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    #52705

    Hello WPdigger,
    I truly apologize for missing out your topic but I just saw it.

    Do you still need help with the above?

    #52707
    WPdigger
    Member

    Hello Eyal,

    no problem 🙂 I’m using a Word count of 1, but stopping the content at “<!–more–>” would be a great feature for a future release.

    But I have a question, is it necessary to generate/print the whole code/HTML content of the search result blog posts in:

    at the bottom of the source code on the “Search Results” page? Because I want to restrict some text of the blog post via shortcode to registered users and this part is visible in “var gmwMapObjects” in the page source.

    Can I prevent this behaviour or is it necessary for the results?
    If not, can you give me a hint where I can change the code, that “var gmwMapObjects” is not displayed in the source code?

    Thx in advance and kind regards

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