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 …

Installation Ready-made View

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

Getting Started with the Search UI Library

This tutorial goes through the different components you need to create a basic search view with the Search UI Library. You should create a new …

Search UI Search UI Library

Introduction to the Search UI Library

In this article, we will take a look at the AddSearch Search UI Library that provides you an easy and flexible way of creating a …

Search UI Search UI Library

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

Using Custom Fields Manager

Custom field manager allows you to select content from your web pages and store them as structured data to your index. Custom fields support data …

Dashboard Indexing Structured Data

Personalization

AddSearch Personalization gives you a robust toolset for building a personalized search experience tailored to your website visitors and aimed at your business needs. Personalized …

Result Management and Ranking

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

Hide Elements from Screen Captures

AddSearch crawls your website and takes screen captures of your web pages to show next to your search results in the search-as-you-type Widget view. Some …

Result Management and Ranking Search UI