How to exclude domain keywords from results

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  • #44512
    Stakanovist
    Stakanovist
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    Hello,

    When I make a research from the bar in the menu with a word included in the domain name (savon or chiffon), results seem to include all products instead of just products which contain these words in there name, as asked in settings. eg :

    https://savonsetchiffons.com/?post_type=product&s=savon

    Can you have a look please ?

    Regards

    Romain

    #44518
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
    Keymaster

    Hi Romain,

    Thank you for the details it helps a lot!

    The search override feature was disabled. That means the default WooCommerce results were displayed. The keywords must have matched somewhere in the content or a custom field – it is not possible to search the domain name, it is very likely stored somewhere.

    Anyways, I have enabled the override, now you should start seeing more relevant results.

    I also recommend updating the plugin sometime because it is outdated.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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


    #44560
    Stakanovist
    Stakanovist
    Participant

    Hello

    Thank you. It seems better, but not perfect yet.
    I have also disabled all search sources except the “search in title” option :
    See “1” image attached.

    Then I don’t understand why I keep on ending up with results which do not contain the word “savon” in their title :

    See “2” image attached.

    https://savonsetchiffons.com/?post_type=product&s=savon&asp_active=1&p_asid=1&p_asp_data=1&customset%5B%5D=product&asp_gen%5B%5D=title&filters_initial=1&filters_changed=0&qtranslate_lang=0&woo_currency=EUR&current_page_id=11996

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    #44565
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
    Keymaster

    I logged in to quickly check, but these results are not actually coming from Ajax Search Pro, these are completely different from what I get when triggering a search on the back-end.

    That means, that something else is trying to override the shop search results. Is there any other search plugin, custom code or some sort of a shop page filter active by any chance?
    When clickin on the pagination I see a request sent to the WordPress ajax handler, and it originates from a divi_filter_ajax_handler action.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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


    #44577
    Stakanovist
    Stakanovist
    Participant

    Oh ok, I understand. Divi bodycommerce plugin also provide ajax search settings. I’m going to check them. Thanks !

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