In addition to the other documented search strings, and the ones generated by the search form based on your selected criteria, you can also pass the following variables to the search results URL for specific Featured listing results or active and inactive listing results:


This will return results that only contain featured listings.

$_GET URL example:

&featuredOnly=yes


Form element example:

<input type="hidden"name="featuredOnly"value="yes"/>



This will return results that only contain active listings (yes) inactive listings (no) or combination (any) .  

$_GET URL example:

&listingsdb_active=[no|yes|any]


Form element example:

<input type="hidden" name="listingsdb_active" value="yes" />


* NOTE*  User permissions override this, so Members can only see active listings no matter what value this is set to. Only logged-in Agents/Admins can see inactive listings.

Related Topics:
Editing Listings
Main Template Tags
FEATURED/RANDOM LISTINGS TEMPLATES
Featured/Random Template Tags
Multiple Sortby Values
Search Results Template Tags