Ajax Search Lite: A free ajax search for WordPress

Ernest Marcinko Free Plugins 11 Comments

Need an enhanced search engine for your WordPress blog? Ajax search lite is a powerful ajax search engine for WordPress, just what you need. Friendly, Fast, Free.

A resonsive search engine, which will boost your user experience by providing a user friendly ajax powered search form. COMPLETELY FREE!



Features List:

  • Search in posts and pages
  • 2 nice themes
  • Insert into post/pages or use the search widget
  • Frontend search settings boxes
  • Images in search results
  • Fully ajax powered
  • Uses jQuery for maximum compatibility
  • Caches images for faster response


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Comments 11

  1. Azhar

    I am interested to purchase your plugin of pro search ,but i had enough from predictive search plugin from another company and have now come to the point where i forgot about time and effort spent for predictive and now was looking for another plugin and came across your plugin and have installed lite version but it does not give any results.Good that i did not purchase pro and noticed that it may be useless too,but thought to speak to you about it as i may be doing something wrong .

    Can you please check my website and advise why your plugin does not find products.

    Will purchase after fully satisfied.



  2. Corey

    Hi There,


    i was wondering if you can tell me how to remove images from the results, i prefer just the header and text,  also how do i shorten the description, its cutting it off on my theme




  3. dfghjkl;

    bug with ACF pro. On search results images from custom fields have background:url(‘POSTID/ATTACHMENTID’); instead of the file url.

  4. mukesh

    I want to buy this plugin but have one question.
    I have custom post type and custom taxonomy.
    So if someone search anything I want to show the word they search and taxonomy for example they search “tour” then I want in the box which open down which give search result. “tour in uk” “tour in US” Here uk and us are taxonomy which having tour word in it
    If yes, can I see example? Thanks

  5. Yuki

    Hi, I have a question about the search function of this plugin.

    When I include derivative characters (á, ï, û, ë, ö, etc.) such as “Saint-Saëns” in posted articles, searching for “Saint-Saens” doesn’t result in a hit.

    However, on the other hand, when I search for “Etude”, “Étude” is displayed, and I am wondering what the difference between these cases is.

    And in both cases, the string “Did you mean:” is not displayed.

    If possible, I would like to make settings so that “Saint-Saëns” or “Did you mean: Saint-Saëns” is displayed even if I search for “Saint-Saens.”

    Is that possible?

    1. Post
      Ernest Marcinko


      This depends on the database and table collation. By default WordPress uses a case insensitive table collation when possible. Checking your database and converting the tables, the database and the rows to the correct, case insensitive collation will match accented characters against their non-accented counterparts.

      Ernest M.

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