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Premium 1.1

The first version of Relevanssi Premium is out now. For certain reasons it’s already version 1.1. Here’s what the changelog says about this version: Multisite WordPress support. See Multisite searches in Knowledge Base for instructions on how to search multiple blogs. Improved the fallback to fuzzy search if no hits are found with regular search.…

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Doing a multisite search

Multisite search only works in Relevanssi Premium. Installing multisite Relevanssi Relevanssi is a network plugin, so it only needs to be installed once on network level. However, you need to activate the plugin and build the index for each site. On the other hand, you can adjust the settings for each blog. Changes to search…

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Category title in the search results page

If you’re using category restriction dropdown on your search form, here’s a bit of code that you can add to your search results template to show how many hits were found and what the category is. If no category was selected, this’ll just show how many hits were found. <?php $cat = get_cat_name($wp_query->query_vars[‘cat’]); $s =…

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User profile search

Relevanssi Premium can search user profiles. So far the following data gets indexed from user profiles: first name, last name, display name and description. If you’re interested in having something else indexed, there’s an option in the options page. Because WordPress only handles posts in the search result pages, Relevanssi must make WordPress believe it’s…

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“Did you mean” suggestions

Relevanssi has Google-style “did you mean” suggestions for queries. There’s a difference between free Relevanssi and Relevanssi Premium on how this is done. Free Relevanssi bases the suggestions on logged queries by the users of the blog; the wisdom of the crowds, so to speak. That requires the use of search query logging to be…

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Filter search results by date

You can specify date limits on searches with by_date search parameter. Here’s a link you can add to your search results page to offer your visitor the ability to restrict the search results to last day: <?php echo ‘<p><a href=”‘ . get_bloginfo(‘url’) . ‘?s=’ . get_search_query() . ‘&by_date=1d”>results from the last day</a></p>’; ?> Search for something at RAPLIQ…

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Sorting search results

If you want something else than the default relevancy ranking, you can use orderby and order parameters for the search query. Orderby accepts $post variable attributes and order can be asc (ascending) or desc (descending). The most relevant attributes here are most likely post_date and comment_count. If you want to give your users the ability…

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Direct access to the query engine

Relevanssi can’t be used in any situation, because it checks the presence of search with the is_search() function. This causes some unfortunate limitations and reduces the general usability of the plugin. You can, however, access the query engine directly. There’s a function called relevanssi_do_query(), which can be used to do search queries just about anywhere. Here’s a…

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