The search results are the article intro's and are shown in category blog layout style. The read more goes directly to the native Joomla article (in com_content). Of course the search results page uses the template override system so you can adapt it to your Joomla template style (just as I did on this demo website).
On the right you see the Favourite Place Search. You will notice that the search options are linked to the form fields that you used to create your favourite place articles on this website.
Click on show results and you are re-directed to the Form2Content Search results page. From tere you can navigate to the different Joomla articles.
Form2Content Search can be linked to the following F2C Field types:
It's also possible to do keyword (free text) search and limit this to specific text fields including:
Form2Content Search does not change the URL structure of the Joomla website. The search results page has a unique com_form2contentsearch URL based on the search criteria. The read more URL to the Joomla article is build using the Joomla router (yes also the new one). This is based on your menu structure.
What if I want to show Joomla articles based on a filter.... so like the search results page but without having to do the search?