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I've got a custom search box on my site I've added the following to so it will search only a specific post type:
<input type="hidden" value="cp_recipe" name="post_type" />
The problem being, on the search results page you get a query string like; ?s=MySearchedTerm&post_type=cp_recipe which seems to then ignore the genesis_do_search_title() function on the page and just puts "Recipes" the post_type name in the title.
I'd like for it to remain the default Genesis title of "Search Results for: MySearchedTerm"
Is this possible?https://spreadthemustard.com/recipes-cooking/
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