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I'm trying to limit search to a parent page and its own child pages.

I've changed searchform.php adding this code:

<input type="hidden" value="<?php
    global $post;
    $ancestors2 = $post->ancestors;
    if ($ancestors2) {
        echo end($ancestors2);
    } else {
        echo $post->ID;
    } ?>" name="childof" />

Also I've add a function to my theme's functions.php:

function SearchFilter($query) {
if (is_search() && !empty($_GET['s']) && !empty($_GET['childof'])) {
    $parent_page_id = intval($_GET['childof']);
    $query->set('child_of', $parent_page_id );
}
return $query;
}
add_filter('pre_get_posts','SearchFilter');

I've tested variables with var_dump($query) and it returned:

["child_of"]=>
    int(104)

But, I still can see search results from other pages and not only from parent page (or its child pages).

Why?

Thanks!

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WP_Query does not have child_of argument.

You might be looking for post_parent or post_parent__in, see Post & Page Parameters.

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