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  • #20731

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    Dear Ernest,

    I purchased the plugin.

    I must say it’s quiet difficult to configure the plugin
    Already spent many hours to get it working properly but the search result dont work.

    I want a simpel search, where people can search for 1 or 2 words. But when I search it doesnt find results, or doesnt find the word

    Testsearch on Website:
    https://huurgeschil.nl/aaa-test/

    tests:
    search words: Mededinging en huur
    no relevant results. In google many results

    search words: verlaging huurprijs
    no relevant results. In google many results

    search word: renovatievoorstel
    no results at all althought there are several pagetitles with this

    How to disable certain search words like “the” “or” “at” etcetera.
    I tried at keywords exeptions, but doesnt seem to work.

    Enclosed several settings as screenshots.

    If you want I can give the WP login.

    Thanks for your help

    #20737

    Hi,

    Thank you for the detials, I have found the problem in the configuration. The keywords exceptions were set incorrectly.
    That option will replace the keywords anywhere within the search phrase, so entering:
    – ‘Mededinging’ -> ‘medgg’
    – ‘verlaging’ -> ‘verlagg’
    ..and so on.

    Setting the exact keyword excpetions will replace the entered whole keywords with an empty string from the search phrase. If you want a more robust keyword exception method, then use the index table engine instead. Check that documentation on how to configure and use that. On the advanced option panel, you can configure words to completely ignore from indexing.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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


    #21042

    Participant

    Hello Ernest,

    Thanks for your answer. I put my question in the attached image.
    Hope you can help 🙂

    Thank you so much,
    Arthur

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    #21054

    Hi Arthur,

    Sorry for the late response, we were on a short family vacation.

    If you want the stop words to be completely ignored and not indexed at all, then I recommend using both the index table stop words and the keyword exceptions bottom list as well.

    The keyword logic will also affect the results output. In your case, I might recommend using the ‘OR’ or the ‘OR with exact word matches’ logic, as you want to get partial results for either keywords as well.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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


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