WordPress Disable Search Plugin Updated

. August 28, 2010 . 0 Comments

This WordPress plugin disables the search capabilities of WordPress, preventing WordPress from allowing and servicing any search requests for the blog.

This plugin:

Prevents the search form from appearing (if the theme uses the standard get_search_form() function to display the search form).

Disables the search widget.

With or without the search form, the plugin prevents any direct or manual requests by visitors, via either GET or POST requests, from actually returning any search results.

Submitted attempts at a search will be given a 404 File Not Found response, rendered by your sites 404.php template, if present.

Requires WordPress Version: 2.8 or higher Compatible up to: 3.0.1 Updated: 2010-8-27

If your theme (child and/or parent) contains a searchform.php template file, you must rename or remove them. Otherwise they will likely be used by the theme to display the search form. The form won’t work (thanks to this plugin), but it will still be displayed. WordPress currently does not provide a means for the plugin to circumvent the theme’s use of this template file.

Donload: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/disable-search/

Category: Plugin

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