Tag: Better Search

Better Search v2.2.0

I have released Better Search v2.2.0 which brings a new settings interface based on the Settings API. You can read the complete details of the release on the WebberZone blog. Detailed changelog in Better Search v2.2.0 Features: New option to exclude password protected posts from the results New option to exclude post/page or custom post

Better Search v2.1.0

I released Better Search v2.1.0 yesterday. Following in the footsteps of Top 10 and Contextual Related Posts, Better Search has found its way under the WebberZone umbrella officially from this version. Existing users of Better Search can upgrade the plugin from within their admin interface itself. The changes to this version include: Features: Cache enable/disable

Better Search v2.0

Better Search just got massively better with v2.0.0. If you’ve been using WordPress’ default search engine then you’ll know by now that WordPress doesn’t give you relevant search results for your search terms. You’ll get posts that contain the search term ordered by date. Better Search completely replaces the inbuilt WordPress search engine by a

Better Search v1.3.4

I’ve released Better Search v1.3.4 today. The biggest addition which has long been pending is the addition of a meta tag that will allow you to set the search results page to stop being indexed. Enabled by default, you can choose to disable the meta tag if needed. This should be definitely better for SEO and recommended by

Better Search v1.3.3

I pushed out v1.3.3 of Better Search. The plugin replaces your WordPress search results with highly relevant search results. This version comes with a brand new responsive admin interface similar to my other plugins as well an option to disable tracking of admins and editors. My favourite new addition to the plugin is the seamless integration mode.

Better Search v1.3.2

I have updated the Better Search v1.3.2 into the WordPress.org repository and committed the latest version to GitHub. The new version adds a much needed filter option. We’re using Banbuilder which is a cool PHP script that helps filter out a partial or full list of words even if they are spelt leetly. The whole

Better Search v1.3

Better Search just got better with the latest release. I’ve added custom post type support, added BOOLEAN mode support and cleaned up quite a bit of code. If you haven’t heard of this plugin yet: Better Search replaces the default WordPress search engine with a more powerful search engine that gives search results relevant to

Add to All v1.0.1 and Better Search 1.2.1

I released minor updates to my two plugins Add to All and Better Search. Update to Add to All: Fixed: Bug that stopped displaying content when plugin was activated Update to Better Search: Fixed: “Missing argument” error for heatmaps Add to All is a new plugin I released recently that allows you to add CSS,

Better Search v1.2

My plugin Better Search just got better. v1.2 includes better template support, redesigned admin page, better WordPress widget support, etc. Please backup your database before upgrading. Better Search replaces the default WordPress search engine with a more powerful search engine. Visitors will find more relevant search results of search terms. You can fine tune results

Minor updates to CRP and Better Search

I’ve uploaded two minor updates to CRP and Better Search, while the upgrade to Contextual Related Posts is optional, Better Search is a required update. Contextual Related Posts lets you display a list of contextually related posts for the current post. It does this by analyzing the title and content of your post and finding

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