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Add one or more classes to the Genesis search form's 'Submit' button
<?php
/**
* Add one or more classes to the Genesis search form's 'Submit' button
* @author Alain Schlesser (alain.schlesser@gmail.com)
* @link http://www.brightnucleus.com/add-class-wordpress-search-button/
*
* @param string $form the search form HTML output
* @param string $search_text text inside the search text entry box
* @param string $button_text caption of the search button
* @param string $label label displayed above the search entry box
* @return string modified version of the search form HTML output
*
* @see http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/get_search_form
* @see http://developer.wordpress.org/reference/hooks/get_search_form/
*/
function as_adapt_search_form( $form, $search_text, $button_text, $label ) {
// $form contains the rendered HTML output of the search form
// the exact output is changed if your theme has declared HTML5 support
// with the following minimum settings:
//
// add_theme_support( 'html5', array( 'search-form' ) );
//
// see http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/add_theme_support
// add Foundation classes to the button class we do a string replace and
// search for '<input type="submit"', which is the form declaration of the
// button, and then we add a class definition to it
$form = str_replace(
'<input type="submit"',
'<input type="submit" class="small radius button"',
$form
);
// return the modified string
return $form;
}
// run the search form HTML output through the newly defined filter
add_filter( 'genesis_search_form', 'as_adapt_search_form' );
?>
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