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

Report user event

POST /v1/stats/{index public key} Reports search and click events. Payload for a click event Payload for a search event Search event parameters Click event parameters …

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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

Get Search Results

Please note that this page has noindex, nofollow GET /v1/search/{index public key} Retrieve search results from the index. Required Query Parameter Optional Query Parameters Example …

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Search UI Library Components

AddSearch Search UI Library consists of components you can use to create a search UI for your website. All components are visual with dedicated functionalities …

Search UI Library

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