Search with nggsearch

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Search with nggsearch

Post by SpritHansi » 23 Feb 2012, 18:35

Can someone help me to intergrate nggsearch into Suffusion search engine?


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Re: Search with nggsearch

Post by drake » 24 Feb 2012, 01:42

You can add that piece of code in your theme functions.php file. The best way is to use a child theme and in it's folder add a new functions.php file where you can use the code. You can download a starter child theme for Suffusion from here: ... suffusion/.

On one of my sites, functions.php with search ngg enabled look like this:

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 * Core functions file for the theme. Includes other key files.
 * @package Suffusion
 * @subpackage Functions

if ( function_exists( 'ngg_images_results' ) ) ngg_images_results();