- February 19, 2020 at 2:31 pm #25879
I want to use AjaxSearchPro in the administration area of wordpress to power-up the user search.
I tried using the shortcode in my admin page but it appears the necessary JS and CSS is not loaded.
What do I need to enqueue in order for the plug-in to work within wp-admin?February 19, 2020 at 4:19 pm #25886
There is no guarantee it will work on the back-end as it is fully designed for front-end use only.
You can try enqueueing this CSS file:
wd_asp()->upload_path . asp_get_css_filename('instances')
..and this JS file:
ASP_URL . "js/min/jquery.ajaxsearchpro-noui-isotope-sb.min.js"
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February 19, 2020 at 5:42 pm #25890
Using those I was able to get the url to the files and I added them like this:
wp_register_style('ajaxsearch-style','/wp-content/uploads/asp_upload/style.instances-ho-is-po-no-da-au.css'); wp_enqueue_style('ajaxsearch-style'); wp_register_script('ajaxsearch-script','/wp-content/plugins/ajax-search-pro/js/min/jquery.ajaxsearchpro-noui-isotope-sb.min.js'); wp_enqueue_script('ajaxsearch-script');
However as you anticipated, it’s not working.
It’s a shame because the search is much more powerful then the one available within wp-admin.
Can I suggest to consider this as a feature for a future version?
The plug-in could easily replace the search on all standard WordPress admin panels for posts, pages, users.
You could possibly include a configurable widget in the dashboard that would show an instance of Ajax Search Pro that would link to the “editing” screen instead of the front-end screen for each resource.
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