Installing AddSearch Plugin on WordPress Website

The AddSearch WordPress plugin allows anybody with a self-hosted WordPress website to install AddSearch easily. The plugin replaces the existing search of your website with AddSearch, allowing …

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Getting Started with the Indexing API

This tutorial will guide you through the first steps of using the Indexing API. Here you will learn how to add a document in the …

API API Reference Indexing

Analytics Dashboard

With the Analytics dashboard, you have access to tables and data visualizations of your users’ search queries and behaviors. Overview The Overview section of the …

Analytics Dashboard

Choosing the Search Index

When you have signed up for AddSearch, you have an account. The account links to a sample index you can use for checking out how …

API Dashboard Indexing

Search Query Parameter

A search query parameter is a segment of a search query URL which appears on a separate results page after a question mark (eg. `search.html?addsearch=keyword`). …

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Installing AddSearch on WooCommerce Website

AddSearch can be installed effortlessly on your WooCommerce site. The easiest way to implement AddSearch for WooCommerce is with the WordPress plugin tool. You can …

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WCAG and Section 508 Compliance

AddSearch is compliant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0 AA) and GSA Section 508 IT-accessibility program. These guidelines and programs ensure access to content …

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Defining Placeholder Image for Missing Images

If our crawler cannot find images for indexing from your web page, you can replace the default placeholder thumbnail image with your own image in …

Dashboard Ready-made View Search UI

Using Hyperlinks to Refer Search Results

You can display search results with a hyperlink for a specific search phrase. The link allows you to open up the search results when your …

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