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Testimonials

I wanted to boost the regular search function for a website that
contains many documents. I wanted to achieve that searching could be
performed much more accurately and visitors are served faster. For this
I bought the Relevanssi premium plugin. I received fantastic and fast
help for the installation. I strongly recommend going a step further and
buy the premium version!

Bart / NL34

I’d just like to give a shout out to how awesome this plugin is (Premium version). I have a site with pages, standard posts and a custom post for a document library where a couple gigs of PDFs are stored on AWS S3 using another plugin, and Relevanssi does a full-text index of all of it and returns context-sensitive results in less than a second. Plus good documentation and a responsive developer. This is the stuff of dreams.

Nancy Hildebrandt

I’ve used Relevanssi for several years now, and it is an essential plugin on my bigger sites. Relevanssi is an absolute must-have if you want to offer a better user experience on your WordPress website, because we all know how important a good search function is (and how bad the standard WordPress search is). Mikko keeps adding new features – I love the PDF search and more recently the related posts feature. Support is excellent, even for help with non-standard features. Thanks Mikko!

Dr. John Gøtze

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Unlimited sites.

Includes support and upgrades for a year.

99

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Unlimited sites.

Lifetime upgrades and support. Never pay again for Relevanssi.

299

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Continue reading Adding a search form in the navigation menu

Adding a search form in the navigation menu

WordPress doesn’t make it easy to add a search form in the navigation menu. It’s a popular request, though, and having access to the search in the site header is typical. Relevanssi itself doesn’t have opinions on the user interface. Some themes come with a built-in search feature in the header, like Twenty Twenty. That’s…

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Continue reading Using Relevanssi in wp_link_query

Using Relevanssi in wp_link_query

If you want to use Relevanssi in the link queries (the search you get when adding links to posts in Classic editor), that’s easy. Make sure Relevanssi is enabled in admin searches, and then add this function: This function will make the Classic Editor link queries use Relevanssi. This approach generally works fine, but if…

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Continue reading CodeMirror Blocks

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CodeMirror Blocks is a good plugin for displaying good-looking code blocks in WordPress (you can see it in action right here on Relevanssi.com!). There’s a problem with Relevanssi in-document highlighting and the CodeMirror block, though: enabling the highlighting will break all CodeMirror blocks on the page, even if the highlighting happens outside the block. This…

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Continue reading ACF: Field names appearing in excerpts

ACF: Field names appearing in excerpts

With Advanced Custom Fields, sometimes Relevanssi picks up custom field names to include in the excerpts. This problem happens when you set Relevanssi to index all visible custom fields and have Flexible Content fields. Let’s assume there’s a Flexible Content field with the name flexible_content. It has a layout named field_layout, and in that layout,…

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