Search Permalink redirects search form queries to cruft-free permalink URIs.
For example, the search term “foo” was entered on the search
<form>. A browser would usually
GET the page using this URI:
Search Permalink would redirect this query to a better-looking address clearly indicating that a search was made, like this:
- Version 1.1
- Released 17 October 2007
- Added client-side script to lessen server-side processing and redirects.
- Version 1.0.1
- Released 14 October 2007
- Support for any combination of permalink and query string requests for search term and page number.
- Version 1.0
- Released 25 August 2007
- Fixed URL encoding bug.
- Version Beta 1
- Released 19 August 2007
- First beta release of the Search Permalink plugin.
Copyright © 2007 Aja Lorenzo Lapus
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