Seeing that blank box with the button next to it makes the page look
more professional. The truth is: nobody uses it and it takes up a decent
amount of memory.
I think there should be an option for disabling it. WordPress has few
options as too how light/heavy the page should be.
> No no, searching. I can't stand search! ;)
> On 22/11-2004, at 1.23, Mark Jaquith wrote:
> > Auto-forwarding when there is only one search result...
> > David Chait wrote:
> >> I think this should be in the core, maybe as an option you can
> >> disable (for backwards compatability...). I don't NEED it, but might
> >> like it.
> >> "And seriously, isn't it about time this was gotten rid of anyway?"
> >> Gotten rid of what? Searching?
> >> -d
> >> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Michael Heilemann"
> >> <email@example.com>
> >> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >> Sent: Sunday, November 21, 2004 4:14 PM
> >> Subject: [wp-hackers] Turning off search's auto-forwarding?
> >>> I need to turn the auto-forwarding on WP's search off, so that if
> >>> only one result is returned, it doesn't just send the reader to said
> >>> result. And seriously, isn't it about time this was gotten rid of
> >>> anyway?
> >>> Anyhoo, where is it that this is changed again? And can it be done
> >>> in a plugin or something instead? I hate to muck about with the core
> >>> files, makes upgrading such a damn hassle :)
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