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When entering search keywords on a search form on 404 page, the search results are displayed on a new page with the URL like this: http://www.example.com/?s=xyz.

How can I find if this search result is queried from a 404 page and not from a blog page or a product page?

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Easiest and most robust way is to add a url parameter to the search so the search url will be something like http://www.example.com/?s=xyz&from404=1. Probably easiest way to do that is by adding a hidden field to the form.

For "bonus points" use the browser's history API to remove the parameter after the page load.

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