The the_title() filter is applied to the titles of posts and pages in menu items, so without any conditions any changes you make will also apply there.
It's worth breaking down your conditions to see why your change is still applying to menus:
I want to display the publications searched for via "searchform.php" in the "search.php" page but it does not work ...
The search is done well when I look at the url (ex: New World):
i have a specific wordpress page, in which I want to add expandable items.
So the item has a keyword and when I press it, it expands and more specific text will show up.
The styling and setup of such an element is not the problem, but how can I implement
A few months ago I added a simple post view counter that adds a count to the post meta every time the footer loads. I refresh the page, and the count goes up by one. It's simple and it works as expected. One post is over 20k views since November. However
I am new to WordPress and I started working for a client as a freelancer. He has a customized theme which I have to change. I have to create a dropdown menu in the navigation bar that shows some subcategories and the 3 latest posts. How can I achieve this?
So i have the following simple POST form in my home page:
<form action="/wp-content/plugins/myplugin/my_create_post.php" method="POST">
<textarea id="title_given" name="title