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- March 19, 2020 at 10:13 pm #26309Participant
Hi. Did not give you url because it’s a dev site and the dns points elsewhere. If you want it, I’ll give you the IP instead.
My problem: I’m creating a search instance to just search through three categories of posts. So far so good; I got it to work.
Note: using Beaver Builder
So, when I type in a term, if a post does not have that term, but a beaver builder posts module does (I use a slider to show people all other posts in that category), then that post comes back as a result even though the term is not in the actual post but only in the slider with results from other posts.
Is there a way to force Ajax to exclude results from specific beaver builder modules?
Hope I’m clear 😉
CemilMarch 20, 2020 at 9:26 am #26318Keymaster
Actually, it might be possible. I assume you are using the index table engine? (otherwise the result is probably not matched from a specific beaver module, but the keyword is found elsewhere)
I am not exactly sure how beaver modules work, but if each module acts as a shortcode, then there is hope. On the index table addvanced options panel, there is a field to enter shortcodes to exclude. If you put the beaver builder posts module shortcode there, and then recreate the index, then it may work – although I have no clue what that shortcode is, or if that is indeed a shortcode.Best,
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March 20, 2020 at 10:53 am #26323Participant
Thank you Ernest. Overnight I found the solution, I just excluded the ID of the Beaver Builder module. It’s actually a post type so a post ID appears.
Thanks very much!!
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