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    jpsarmento86
    jpsarmento86
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    Hi,

    A couple of issues I’ve been unable to address, so I wonder if you can help.

    1. the search window comes out differently in Chrome and Firefox. In Firefox, things are on top of each other. Is there a fix for that?

    2. I’m using the WP Crowdfunding plugin that uses woocommerce for users entries. I’ve tried several times to make a search around the location of the campaigns but have been unsuccessful. I’ve used the available customs fields in General Options>Sources >search in selected customs fields but it still does not respond.

    I used the “wpneo_country” and the “_nf_location” . None of them seem to affect the results.

    Any sugestions?

    3. If a make a search for the term ‘fashion’, the results will be accurate and point to specific pages or campaigns, but it will also point to ‘All Campaigns” and “Explore” which are very generic results. Is there a way to avoid this?

    Your time is much appreciated,

    Joao Sarmento

    email for the user mario :
    [email protected]

    #35972
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    Thank you for the details, it helps a lot!

    1. I tried both chrome and firefox, but they look the same to me:
    – chrome: https://i.imgur.com/D6I00IA.png
    – firefox: https://i.imgur.com/mUP3aes.png
    You may need to clear the browser cache to refresh the styling, that will probably resolve the issue.

    2. Well, it is either stored in a different custom field – or the custom field does not actually contain the location name, but only coordinates (like geolocation).
    If the geolocation is stored (coordinates), then entering the location name will not match anything, as meta field does not contain that information, only the reference to the coordinates.

    3. You can maybe try switching to a more strict keyword logic: https://i.imgur.com/aWdu5Jr.png
    If the keyword is however present somewhere on those pages, it is still possible they will match the query.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

    If you like my products, don't forget to rate them on codecanyon :)


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