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Dynamic List Search Component

Provide searchable access to dynamic list content.

This is one of a series of Dynamic List components that are designed to work together, centering on the Dynamic List Builder.

This component is optional, while the main Dynamic List Builder is REQUIRED. The other optional elements are listed in Related Components (right sidebar).

Using This Component

Add the component to the page. There is only one tab.

The search does not have to initiate on the dynamic list page itself, but once the visitor searches, the results display on the main dynamic list page.

This component as it is first displayed on the page.

This component as it is first displayed on the page.

Dynamic List Search Tab

List page - Specify the location in the UBCMS of the corresponding dynamic list. If left blank, the default is the current page.

You must configure this component to reference a page with a dynamic list.

Button text - Label the button that users click to start the search. If left blank, the 'Search' will be displayed.

Placeholder text - Display a phrase in the search box, to guide how people use the search (optional). This is overwritten by the user's search query.

Label text - Add a heading to be displayed atop the search component (optional).

The component opened for editing.

The component opened for editing.

Restrictions

  1. This is one of a series of Dynamic List components that are designed to work together. The others are listed in Related Components (right sidebar).
  2. This component must reference a page with a dynamic list.

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See An Example:

Overview of the dynamic list example, identifying the various components in use.

Overview of the dynamic list example, identifying the various components in use.

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Related Components:

Last Reviewed:

May 2, 2017