- Trevor Moderator(Private) July 13, 2019 at 6:28 am #216263
This setting you mean:
Does using that setting actually do anything for you?
It’s purpose is to detect a taxonomy/category/tag archive page, work out what the term is, and set the field related to that taxonomy/category/tag to that term in the form. It is usually used in conjunction with forms set to display using the Post Type Archive method (or WooCommerce).
It looks like you have set the Home page up as the archive page for Posts, which is what you are searching. Did you try that display method?Philippe Hong(Private) July 13, 2019 at 7:08 am #216265
Thanks Trevor. I just tried to display the results as Post Type Archive and I have more success with it, the pagination works. Although as soon as you combine it with a category or date filter, the pagination won’t work again… is it something related to the pagination itself or the settings of the S&F plugin? Thanks againTrevor Moderator(Private) July 13, 2019 at 8:12 am #216273
Great to speak with you Philippe. You are going to do some testing:
1. Use current theme and try the As a Shortcode method.
2. Use the TwentyFourteen theme with the As an Archive and/or Post Type archive method(s).
3. Try deactivating as many plugins as possible with the As an Archive and/or Post Type archive method(s), with both the current theme and the TwentyFourteen theme.
The purpose is to try to tie down where to issue is coming from.
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