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I am making a custom theme based on the rwd theme in magento 1.9 and would like to know how i can move the advanced search into the left of my homepage and delete its own page.

Thanks

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<cms_index_index translate="label">

    <reference name="root">
        <action method="setTemplate">
            <template>page/2columns-left.phtml</template>
        </action>
    </reference>

    <reference name="head">
        <action method="setTitle" translate="title" module="catalogsearch"><title>Advanced Search</title></action>
        <action method="addItem"><type>js_css</type><name>calendar/calendar-win2k-1.css</name><params/><!--<if/><condition>can_load_calendar_js</condition>--></action>
        <action method="addItem"><type>js</type><name>calendar/calendar.js</name><!--<params/><if/><condition>can_load_calendar_js</condition>--></action>
        <action method="addItem"><type>js</type><name>calendar/calendar-setup.js</name><!--<params/><if/><condition>can_load_calendar_js</condition>--></action>
    </reference>

    <reference name="content">
        <block type="catalogsearch/advanced_form" name="catalogsearch_advanced_form" template="catalogsearch/advanced/form.phtml"/>
        <block type="core/html_calendar" name="html_calendar" as="html_calendar" template="page/js/calendar.phtml"/>
    </reference>

</cms_index_index>
  • Does this go into the local xml? – Oli Tuck Mar 12 '16 at 11:42
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1st you need to convert home page in 2columns-right or 2columns-left

After that added advanced search option on home page by placing this code in /app/design/frontend/default/hellowired/template/page/2columns-right.phtml

echo $this->getLayout()->createBlock('catalogsearch/advanced_form') ->setTemplate('catalogsearch/advanced/form.phtml')->toHtml() ?>

it's working for me. Happy Coding. :)

  • Where do you put it in the file? in col-left sidebar? – Oli Tuck Mar 12 '16 at 15:32

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