I'm using WP Custom Search plugin to generate Advanced Search in one of my newly developed WP site. Though the plugin is not completely bug-free, but it's working just fine (excepts some Undefined Offset warnings, I'm ignoring them for its better support in searching).
But recently noticed that the
wp_nav_menu() on the
header.php is not working when I'm on the search page. It's a simple code as it's used in many of my WP sites:
<?php wp_nav_menu( array( 'theme_location' => 'header_menu', 'menu_class' => 'site-header-menu' ) ); ?>
That's working on all other pages, BUT the
search.php - a typical search template.
I've tried the most-cited solution from:
Typically the search page contains a
?s= on the URL, but using this plugin, I'm getting:
Is that a cause I'm failing echoing the menu? (Live site here, and the Advanced Search is on the left)