Searching Source 2 taxonomies

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  • #37511
    davidb714
    davidb714
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    Hello. I thought I would ask you if a search is possible, before I rearrange my WordPress multisite.

    I have 5 sites in my multisite installation. On the primary site, I have a WordPress one page site with a menu and gallery that basically serves as an intro to my other sites.

    I recently decided to create an Ajax Search Page to search the subsides to replace the current primary site image based homepage.

    The problem I have is that one of my subsides is a web directory created with the Directories Pro plugin.

    I use Ajax Search Pro on the web directory sub site, and I have it configured to search directories pro content through the Source 2 Options.

    I have not been able to include the web directory source 2 taxonomies in the copy of the web directory search instance I created to search from the primary site.

    A workaround I thought of is to create the Ajax site search page on the web directory sub site, rather than the primary domain. Ajax Search Pro searches everything fine from there. I could then redirect to make the web directory subset the landing site.

    Before I started on the workaround, I wanted to check to see if there is a setting or configuration I missed that would make the web directory source 2 taxonomies accessible from the multisite primary site.

    Thank you,

    David

    #37529
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
    Keymaster

    Hi David,

    I’m afraid there is no better workaround for this at the moment. The back-end always gets the taxonomies from the currently active site only. The best is to have all the taxonomies available on all installations – but I can udnerstand that is not always possible.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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


    #37536
    davidb714
    davidb714
    Participant

    Thank you for letting me know this, Ernest. This is something i can keep in mind when I create future sub sites on the installation. I am excited about the search page I am creating for the site, I am just glad I can make it work via the workaround. Ajax Search Pro is a great plugin!

    David

    #37537
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
    Keymaster
    You cannot access this content. Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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


    #37538
    davidb714
    davidb714
    Participant

    Yes that is fine to close it. It would be great if the taxonomies could be made available across the network in a future release! I will rate Ajax Search Pro on codecanyon. Thank you for all of your efforts!

    David

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