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Retain search sessions on many pages

Thread began 7/16/2013 8:41 pm by mrs | Last modified 7/19/2013 10:01 am by mrs | 477 views | 8 replies


Retain search sessions on many pages

I am trying to get a search result to remain persistent across a number of pages. At the moment, I have a search results page that is now working, and I am purposefully returning a limited amount of results to keep the page relatively tidy because I am displaying results from numerous sections of my website. What I want is to show five events at most, and if there is more, then display a link to the events page which is using exactly the same recordset code as that of the search results page. When the user clicks that link, I want the search results to remain in place for that particular section.

How can I retain search results from the search results page and have them filter on the events page? is the site. If you search for london, five current events display, and a dummy link (eventually leading to the events page) will be shown with the amount of records found... currently 76 other results out of 770ish record entries. It's this link I need to know how to to pass the search results across to.

I have tried copying and pasting the relevant DA search code, including the required_file line of code into the events.php, but it didn't work.

Is what I am asking for possible with DA Search?


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