Installing AddSearch on Shopify Website

AddSearch is an instant search for websites that displays results immediately, from the first keystroke. The easiest way to implement AddSearch on a Shopify site …

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Installing AddSearch on Squarespace Website

AddSearch can be installed on Squarespace sites using our basic installation method for readymade views. If you would like to create a dedicated search page …

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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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Basic Installation Guidelines

AddSearch provides you the Widget and the Separate Results Page Views for easy implementation. For developers, we provide the search API. Visit our documentation on …

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Supported CMS Platforms

AddSearch supports all CMS platforms. We can crawl and index any website, so there is no need for deep integration. Our support includes but is …

Installation

What are Custom Fields?

Custom fields allow for more specialized filtering of search results to help users better access content based on different variables beyond the standard filters provided …

Result Management and Ranking Structured Data

Implementing Search Suggestions Autocomplete

AddSearch automatically generates search suggestions based on searches made on your website. Search suggestions become more relevant over time when the number of searches increases. …

API Dev Ready-made View Search UI

Using JWT tokens to secure search

Usually, anyone can query any AddSearch index by just knowing the public key of that index. In most cases, this is not a problem, since …

API Dev Search UI

Restricting Search to a Certain Area of Your Website

There are two ways to restrict the search to a certain area of your site Control what is indexed by our crawler Index everything, but …

Dev Indexing