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I'm a Web Developer, and IT & AV Professional


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accepted get_search_link() redirects to 404 template page
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comment get_search_link() redirects to 404 template page
Details matter ;) Anyway, I was able to figure it out. The template page needs to be named page-search.php. A page named "Search" must be created in the wordpress dashboard.
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comment get_search_link() redirects to 404 template page
Those instructions are for wordpress 2.5 and don't work with 3.5.1.
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asked get_search_link() redirects to 404 template page
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accepted Shortcode attribute “title” doesn't appear in $atts array
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answered Shortcode attribute “title” doesn't appear in $atts array
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accepted Roles for Custom Post Types
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comment Shortcode attribute “title” doesn't appear in $atts array
I found another interesting thing. If I use [bhours show_title="true"], the show_title attribute doesn't appear. if I misspell "title" like this: [bhours show_ttitle="true"], then the attribute show_ttitle` appears. There is something strange happening whenever I use the word "title" in an attribute--it seems like it's ignored every time for some reason. I don't understand it.