I’m trying to use an output modifier in the SS lexicon
simplesearch.results_found to further customize the current message and display a slightly different version based on where the user searches.
For example, when the user searches a specific folder (e.g.
parent=4) they will see one message, and when they search the entire site (
parent=0) they will see a slightly modified one.
Here’s the current message which works great:
[[+count]] article[[!pluralFilter? &count=[[+total]]
]] with the term “[[+text]]” in [[!GetTitle]].
I just need to tweak it a tiny bit since there is nothing for
[[!GetTitle]] to return for
parent=0 so I want to hardcode an adjustment.
This is just a guess but since I’m using
[[!getUrlParam]] as part of the SS form I was thinking maybe the output modifier could be written to check which parent was searched (
parent=2 etc.) and use that to display the correct message.
For example, (I know this does not work but you get the idea):
[[!getUrlParam:is=parent=0:then=my custom message:else=[[!GetTitle]] ]]
Possible? If not then any other method will suffice.