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    sladestyle
    sladestyle
    Participant

    Hi, I recently purchased your plugin and have begun the setup process. When testing it has a tendancy to show my Admin shortcode/code in the search results. For example: if you input “year” in the search field you get what’s shown on the attachment.

    I cannot figure out how to disable any sort of Admin edit info in the search results.

    Thanks,
    Slade

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    #6206
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
    Keymaster

    Hi!

    After a few hours (!) of debugging I found that for some yet unknown reason some of the Enfold layout builder shortcodes are not registered in Ajax requests. I’m nor sure if this is a global theme issues, or just your case, or some misconfiguration.

    The best solution would be to ask the theme author how to enable the “av_section”, “av_heading” and all the other shortcodes in ajax requests as well. It’s probably either a minor bug or a configuration issue. I’m 100% sure that those shortcodes must exist in ajax requests, otherwise every ajax powered plugin that queries posts contents will fail.

    Otherwise I can only suggest 2 “hack” solutions.

    1. I’ve put the following code at the end of the theme functions.php file:

    // Force to return the shortcode content only        
    function x12_return_just_content($atts, $content) {
    	return do_shortcode($content);
    }
    
    // Force to return an empty string
    function x12_return_empty_content($atts, $content) {
    	return "";
    }
    
    add_action( 'asp_before_search', 'x12_empty_unregistered_shortcodes');
    
    function x12_empty_unregistered_shortcodes() {
      // The list is incomplete!
        
      add_shortcode( 'av_hr', 'x12_return_empty_content' );
      add_shortcode( 'av_image', 'x12_return_empty_content' );
      add_shortcode( 'av_button', 'x12_return_empty_content' );
      add_shortcode( 'av_two_third', 'x12_return_just_content' );
      add_shortcode( 'av_heading', 'x12_return_empty_content' );
      add_shortcode( 'av_one_half', 'x12_return_just_content' ); 
      add_shortcode( 'av_one_full', 'x12_return_just_content' ); 
      add_shortcode( 'av_one_third', 'x12_return_just_content' );
      add_shortcode( 'av_three_fourth', 'x12_return_just_content' );
      add_shortcode( 'av_one_fourth', 'x12_return_just_content' );
      add_shortcode( 'av_section', 'x12_return_just_content' );
      add_shortcode( 'av_textblock', 'x12_return_just_content' );  
    }

    2. Another solution is shorter, but it removes the undefined content. In case, you can replace that code with this:

    
    // Force to return an empty string
    function x12_return_empty_content($atts, $content) {
    	return "";
    }
    
    add_action( 'asp_before_search', 'x12_empty_unregistered_shortcodes');
    
    function x12_empty_unregistered_shortcodes() {
      add_shortcode( 'av_section', 'x12_return_empty_content' );
    }

    I don’t fancy either of these solutions, but unless there is a way to turn on the registration of the layout editor shorcodes in ajax requests, I don’t think there is any better way.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

    If you like my products, don't forget to rate them on codecanyon :)


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