Results Count Remix

Results Count Remix is a remixed version of the Results Count plugin by Matthew Taylor. It is a plugin for the WordPress blogging platform.

What Results Count Remix does is insert extra information into search results & archives pages: the total number of posts as well as the span of posts currently being viewed.

You can see the plugin in action here by visiting a tag archive, a search results page, or even an author archive.

Download Now: Results Count Remix 1.0 (Licensed under the GPL)


After you have downloaded the file and extracted the results-count-remix/ directory from the archive…

  • Upload the entire results-count-remix/ directory to the wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  • Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
  • Place in your templates where you would like the information to appear. If you are using the Thesis theme, skip this step, and see below.

Suggested templates to add the code to, if your theme has them: author.php, archive.php, date.php, category.php, tag.php, and search.php

You may also add the code to your theme’s index.php file, in case it is used for any of your archives or for search results.

Results Count Remix is optimized for the Thesis theme framework! What this means is that if you’re using Thesis, you can add this bit of code to your custom/custom_functions.php file and this plugin will work in all the right places, without you needing to edit any of your theme files!:

if (function_exists('results_count_remix')) {
	remove_action('thesis_hook_archive_info', 'thesis_default_archive_info');
	add_action('thesis_hook_archive_info', 'results_count_remix');

Version History

  • 1.0 | 2008/11/02 | Initial release

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