[AgentPress] How to display all search terms in a custom taxonomy archive title

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    asterbird
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    Hello! I’m using the AgentPress Two theme with the AgentPress Listings plugin here.

    I have search in the Top Search widget, as the studiopress demo shows.

    When someone uses the search, I am using the following code to display the title, i.e. “You have searched for 2 Baths”

    [php]

    echo single_term_title( ‘You have searched for ‘ );

    [/php]

    Only the one search term shows up, no matter how many terms are searched.

    How do I make all the search terms show up?  i.e. ‘You have searched for Central Heat/AC, 3 Beds, 2 Baths’

    Thanks!

     

    #26254

    cushtina
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    I’d like to know this too, if anyone has made any progress.

    #26274

    asterbird
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    I haven’t gotten anywhere on this issue. I’ve searched but found nothing, and I too would still like to know.

    #26507

    electricbrick
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    #26515

    asterbird
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    Do you know if this will work on another page besides searchform.php? The AgentPress theme has search results showing on taxonomy.php

    #26874

    electricbrick
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    If taxonomy.php is in control of the search results, good-freakin’-luck. I’ve been wrestling with it for my entire work day for an entirely different reason, and I can’t figure out how to safely modify the custom loop.

    #26875

    asterbird
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    Oh, my! Are you using AgentPress?

    #26881

    electricbrick
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    Both the theme and the plugin. I am quite nonplussed at this point. I rely on Genesis and its officially produced child themes for both their extensibility and reliability. I can typically update either WordPress or Genesis without a ton of issues causing me mental anguish and lost time.

    With AgentPress (and AgentPress Listings) there are some woefully underdeveloped features that were either a result of ignorance or careful concealment.

    Listing archives (generated from taxonomy.php) only sort one way as far as I can see, and that’s by most recent. In the widget, listing terms are sorted by most popular (the more listings filed under a given taxonomy and term, the higher the term in the list). WHAT??? I had to hack the plugin files to make it behave sensibly, and use a 3rd party plugin to be able to sort my taxonomy terms in the dashboard sidebar.

    Back to the listing archives. Only 10 listings can be shown under each term in a given taxonomy. 10 properties? Come on, already. This has been mentioned in several places over the course of the past few months and has gone unanswered. Totally unexcusable.

    Additionally with AgentPress & AGL, you create the entire custom post hierarchy by establishing taxonomies, and you must also create your own terms under each taxonomy. It’s a bit of a stretch for the uninitiated to be able to do this themselves, but what the heck, let’s make the assumption that this plugin/theme combo is for intermediate-to-advanced users? Then why the heck is Copyblogger hawking this and the Hyperlocal theme to real estate agents? Notice they only demo IDX integration, offered by Diverse Solutions. And if you want to manually manage listings with either Hyperlocal or AgentPress? Are you S.O.L.? Modern businesses, and particularly realtors, don’t have time for smoke and mirrors.

    This smacks of abandonware at a minimum, and really is a slap in the face to anyone who bought AgentPress to represent a legitimate business. I’m pretty pissed — because I’m not playing at web design, I’m actually making sites for clients who want to use them themselves. I’m just not a developer, and that’s why I rely on StudioPress. Maybe it’s just my fault for not knowing PHP and WordPress well enough, though…

    The reason I’m mad is because I put so much stock in StudioPress and the wodnerful team of paid and unpaid devs that surround them. Now I’m having to reasses that… Kinda stings.

    /rant

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