meyer7 at mindspring.com
Sat Jan 12 21:08:05 UTC 2008
So for anyone who cares about the ajax search. I figured it out.
The ajax call is made by ajax.js and calls the search, but also
directs it where to go.
I modified the code to go into a div under the search on the side.
Works well, and it seems really fast.
Anyone interested, I can give you more detailed information.
On Jan 11, 2008, at 8:28 AM, Adam Meyer wrote:
> I have been playing with the wgAjaxSearch feature.
> I like the results, and speed, but I hate how it is displayed. It
> takes over the page.
> Id like it to be done like it is on my site ( www.risdpedia.net ),
> but I am using this huge yahoo script to do it. (see the search on the
> left side).
> I see that function wfSajaxSearch in Axaxfunctions.php passes the
> variable $html to somewhere. but where is it passed to?
> Id like to see if I can recode it to be put under the search bar, so
> it does not completely take over the page you are on when it happens.
> It should be quite simple if I can just locate where it is being
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