WordPress Full Screen Search
This plugin allows you to create a full screen search overlay in WordPress.
There are no settings for this plugin. Simply activate it, and it works.
Once the plugin is activated, you can click on an existing search field or search button, and it will display the full screen search overlay.
Basically this plugin displays a full screen search overlay for your default WordPress search forms.
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- Install Full Screen Search Overlay either via the WordPress.org plugin repository or by uploading the files to your server. (See instructions on how to install a WordPress plugin)
- Activate Full Screen Search Overlay.
- Navigate to your site and click on the search field to see it in action.
Leicht zu installieren und macht was es soll.
Very cool plugin, works as intended. 4 stars because it's apparently "one-click" only, no customization whatsoever.
I have not had any major problems with it. The idea of making things easier for mobile users is great. I think this may be something that i install on every website by default.
I noticed when using this plug-in that a gap appears at the footer when this plug-in is activated. It looks like the search box is being pushed back there by default. There my be another suggestion, but it seems a quick fix is to add this CSS to the website:
Make sure your search form has the role search, and there really shouldn't be any problems with it.
I'm using a rather popular theme, Enfold, and this plugin simply didn't work for me. When I looked further into the documentation, it recommends using SearchWP, which costs $49.
I discovered it upon another useful post of WPBeginner. Obviously this plugin is very efficient, and I do not need to develop it this time. Thanks guys 🙂
“WordPress Full Screen Search Overlay” 是开源软件。 以下人员对此插件做出了贡献。贡献者
- Added: IDs to elements for easier CSS targeting