Tutorial (or help) needed — Search results page layout with Beaver Themer

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QuestionsCategory: General QuestionsTutorial (or help) needed — Search results page layout with Beaver Themer
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Steve Glick
asked 6 months ago

Do you have — or do you know of — a tutorial for creating a customized search results page layout with Beaver Themer
I create a layout of the archive type and set the location to search results. But no matter what, the search results always show everything, not just the items that match the search terms. How do I get the contents to match the search terms? 
I must be missing something simple!

4 Answers
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Steve Glick
answered 6 months ago

I figured out what should have been obvious. — I had another template for archive-type pages but it was set for \”entire site\” and so it was overriding the layout for the search results page – which is also a type of archive page. — But I wouldn't mind seeing a tutorial on this anyhow. It might have some best practices for what to include. 

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Steve Glick
answered 6 months ago

I figured out what should have been obvious. — I had another template for archive-type pages but it was set for \”entire site\” and so it was overriding the layout for the search results page – which is also a type of archive page. — But I wouldn't mind seeing a tutorial on this anyhow. It might have some best practices for what to include. 

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Steve Glick
answered 6 months ago

I figured out what should have been obvious. — I had another template for archive-type pages but it was set for \”entire site\” and so it was overriding the layout for the search results page – which is also a type of archive page. — But I wouldn't mind seeing a tutorial on this anyhow. It might have some best practices for what to include. 

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Steve Glick
answered 6 months ago

I figured out what should have been obvious. — I had another template for archive-type pages but it was set for \”entire site\” and so it was overriding the layout for the search results page – which is also a type of archive page. — But I wouldn't mind seeing a tutorial on this anyhow. It might have some best practices for what to include.