October 10, 2012

How to Redirect To Post If Search Results Return One Post

WordPress has a built in search functionality which allows your visitor to easily search for posts on the blog. It can search for keywords in the post title and in the post content. When a search is performed WordPress will use the Archives.php file to display you the results…

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