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

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

Index Meta Keywords

The index meta keywords feature offers the ability to include the contents of a page’s meta keywords tag in your AddSearch index. It is useful …

Indexing

Authenticated Crawling

While AddSearch bots can easily crawl most sites, it may be that the content you’d like to crawl is behind a login. In such cases, …

Indexing

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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Crawler Status

The Crawler Status prompt displays the following information in the Dashboard page of the AddSearch dashboard. Queue: the number of URLs scheduled for crawling or …

Dashboard Indexing

Using Text Extraction Rules

AddSearch excludes elements from the index by default to make the search results more relevant. For instance, AddSearch excludes sidebars, headers, and footers that rarely …

Dashboard Indexing

Canonical Links

Canonical links are elements on your site that help to prevent duplicate content issues when variations of the same page exist. Canonical links identify the …

Indexing