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This is what I did. Its the EASIEST solution that I know of. I just reused the advanced search done in CGridView.

<b>In my controller file</b>

```php public function actionIndex() {             
$model=new Blogs('search');     $model->unsetAttributes(); // clear any default values     if(isset($_GET['Blogs']))         $model->attributes=$_GET['Blogs'];     //send model object for search
'model'=>$model)); //send model object for search

} ```

<b>In my view file</b> (namely my index file)
    'Blogs', ); $this->menu=array(     array('label'=>'Create Blogs', 'url'=>array('create')),     array('label'=>'Search Blogs', 'url'=>array('admin')), ); Yii::app()->clientScript->registerScript('search', " $('.search-button').click(function(){     $('.search-form').toggle();     return false; }); $('.search-form form').submit(function(){     $.fn.yiiListView.update('blogslistview', {
//this entire js section is taken from admin.php. w/only this line diff         data: $(this).serialize()     });     return false;
<div class="search-form" style="display:none">
<?php $this->renderPartial('_search',array(
    'model'=>$model, )); ?> </div> <?php $this->widget('zii.widgets.CListView', array(     'dataProvider'=>$dataProvider,     'itemView'=>'_view',     'id'=>'blogslistview',       // must have id corresponding to js above     'sortableAttributes'=>array( 'id', 'startdate',    'enddate',     'user_id', ), )); ?> ```
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