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Thinking about installing WPSearch? It’s a good idea.  Worst of all, you may be losing money if you don’t.

Before:

I ran a test search on my blog before installing wpSearch. I was using the default WordPress keyword search. I searched for the word “downloads” and got zero results.

A search on my blog before using wpSearch. I searched for 'downloads' and got zero results.

After:

I searched my blog for the same term (“downloads”) after installing wpSearch. This time, I got seven results, in relevant order.

I searched my blog for 'downloads' after installing wpSearch, and got seven results.

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  • Wade

    Hi Kenny. This has definitely bumped up my search responses for a site I am working on. Just getting an error on showing the count of the search results.

    Here is the error:
    Warning: Division by zero in /home/thefare4/public_html/wp305/wp-content/plugins/wpsearch/WPSearch/Core.php on line 283

    It is having a conflict with the count php I am using, do you have a way to display count number with this plugin?

    This is the php I was using to get my count on my search results:
    have_posts()) : while($search->have_posts()) : $search->the_post(); endwhile; endif; echo $search_count;?>

    Thanks,
    Wade

  • Reuben

    Your plugin is awesome!! It refines the search much better than the native WP search engine.
    I do have one problem though, I did a search on content that is supposed to be able to be viewed by registered site users & members only, and WP Search 2 finds everything and displays it for all users to see.
    Is there some code I can insert to tell the search engine to overlook content that has a “protection” shortcode on it???

  • http://www.optijob.com Chris Amato

    Great stuff Kenny. We have a WP project in the future that WP Search will be very useful, actually it will be imperative for the project.

  • http://omar-martin.com Omar Martin

    Hi Kenny –

    I love the plugin bro. I’m just wondering if there is a way to exclude certain pages from coming up in search results. I installed the “Simply Exclude” plugin… but they dont seem to jive well together. Any suggestions?

    Also – is there away to customize the results page?

    Thanks man,
    Omar

  • Pepe

    thanks but dont works, i can select any type of post

  • http://www.ebartan.net/ Eray Bartan

    i need type search plugin

  • http://twitter.com/JonPeckham1 Jon Peckham

    Where is the search box at, widgets??  Short code??  I cant get access to it even though it is fully installed! 

  • Joey C

    Warning: Division by zero in /home/mysite/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wpsearch/WPSearch/Core.php on line 232

    Warning: Division by zero in /home/mysite/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wpsearch/WPSearch/Core.php on line 283