Wildcard matching

…match “grey” or “gray”, but not “gravy” or “groovy”. These operators only work within words. Searching for *ess or gra? will not have the expected results. Enabling wildcard matching In order to enable the wildcard matching, add a filter function that returns true to the relevanssi_wildcard_search filter hook, like this: add_filter( ‘relevanssi_wildcard_search’, ‘__return_true’ ); This one-liner, which you can add for example to the theme functions.php file, will enable the wildcard matching. Try wildcard matching Search for wild*d on Relevanssi.com!…

Filter hooks

…the search to certain post IDs (or to exclude particular post IDs). This filter gives you a chance to examine and modify those restrictions before they are used. relevanssi_wildcard_search (boolean)(Since 2.10.2, Premium only) Add a function returning true to enable the wildcard operators (* and ?). Read more on wildcard matching. relevanssi_woocommerce_indexing (array)(Since 4.0.9 / 2.1.5) This can be used with WooCommerce 3 to exclude products from Relevanssi indexing based on WooCommerce product visibility. See instructions in this KB entry….

Premium 2.10 / Free 4.8

…your site is running PHP 5, it’s badly irresponsible and you really, really should update the PHP version to something more recent immediately. TL; DR: If you have set Relevanssi to index comments, you need to rebuild the index after updating to make sure all comments are included in the index. Known issues There’s a problem with WooCommerce 4.4. This is fixed by 2.10.1 and 4.8.1. 2.10.2 / 4.8.2 (Premium) Wildcard operators ? (any one letter) and * (zero or…