Does the indexing also support the "s" search?

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    qwerty389
    qwerty389
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    I feel the search is fast when it’s Ajax based, but what about the “s” search like https://mysite/?s=john+doe

    I notice the speed is slow as if it’s not using index table. How can I speed this up?

    #40324
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
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    Hi,

    Yes – the index table is used even for queries with quotes. Words in the quotes are treated as singular keywords, from search perspective there is almost no difference.

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    Ernest Marcinko

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    #40335
    qwerty389
    qwerty389
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    Actually, I mean when I search a keyword, say “John” (without quotes) and hit Enter, the speed of search results appearing is rather slow compared to the ajax results. Ajax is like 3 seconds but search results on the page are like 30 seconds or more.

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    qwerty389
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    #40338
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
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    It will execute the same query for both the normal and the results pages. The live search is usually a bit faster, as WordPress does not have to load up all the front-end resorces, scripts, styles, most hooks etc..
    The search query is the same, if there is slowness, then it’s more likely due to an overhead. If you want I can debug it in place via FTP access though.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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