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Author Topic: Choosing the keywords tthat will appear at the list of the search form  (Read 562 times)

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nambroque

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Now, admin can choose in the configuration whether the complete list of keywords in the gallery to appear or not below the search form.
In the help, it says "Enabling this option is recommended only if you have a small number of keywords in use (e.g. less than 100)..."
I would like to enable this option, but I would like anly some specific keywords to appear.
One solution for this may be adding a column in the keyword manage in which admin could decide through selecting/deselecting, which of the keywords will appear in the list of keywords at the search form.


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Easiest way is probably to edit search.php. Find
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if ($CONFIG['clickable_keyword_search'] != 0) {
    include('include/keyword.inc.php');
}
and replace it with some custom links, like
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echo '<a href="thumbnails.php?album=search&amp;keywords=on&amp;search=example_keyword">example_keyword</a>';
As you're editing a core file, this mod needs to be re-applied after each update. It would be better to create a plugin, but this requires more effort.
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Thanks André
Certainly I was thinking of a plugin that may add a column to the keywords list in the keyword manager, so that you can deselect those that keywords should not appear at the search form,
but the way you said is also valid, you can see the result in my gallery.
I used excel for creating the text to introduce, and so I replaced the text that you mentioned into:

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echo '<br><p>TITLE:</p><br>';

$MyString='<a href="thumbnails.php?album=search&amp;keywords=on&amp;search=example_keyword1">example_keyword1</a>'.
'<a href="thumbnails.php?album=search&amp;keywords=on&amp;search=example_keyword2">example_keyword2</a>'.
'<a href="thumbnails.php?album=search&amp;keywords=on&amp;search=example_keyword3">example_keyword3</a>';

echo $MyString;

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