Relevanssi Premium 1.15.3 fixes many bugs and improves Relevanssi behaviour in many cases. Indexing taxonomy terms is further improved, as is highlighting HTML tags.
A fairly big change is how Relevanssi handles taxonomy terms and user profiles when a post type parameter is used. Previously setting a post type parameter didn’t exclude taxonomy terms and user profiles from the search; now it does. If you want to include taxonomy terms and user profiles in a search with a post type restriction, add the taxonomy name or “user” to the list of post types to include.
Relevanssi also now supports ACF Repeater fields without any added plugins.
- Multisite search won’t attempt to search in blogs that don’t exist or are deleted or marked spam.
- Synonym indexing failed if synonyms contained a forward slash.
- Highlighting HTML tags has been improved further.
- Relevanssi now indexes taxonomy terms whenever they are created.
- Improvements to taxonomy terms and post type parameters. Now if you set a post type parameter, taxonomy terms or user profiles are not included in the search. In order to see taxonomy terms in the search results when using
post_typesparameter, add the taxonomy name (or
user) to the
post_typesparameter. This does not work with the default
- Relevanssi now actively blocks one-letter search terms, as they are generally pointless and can cause ‘out of memory’ issues. One-letter search terms are no longer highlighted, either. These are usually caused by cases like “
word's"being interpreted as “
- New filter:
relevanssi_tag_before_tokenizeallows you to access tag content before indexing.
- New filter:
relevanssi_disable_shortcodes_excerptlets you add more shortcodes to be disabled before excerpts are built.
- Relevanssi now supports
fieldname_%_subfieldnamenotation for ACF Repeater fields in “Custom fields to index” settings.
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