By default WordPress search URL slug is ?s=keyword which is prefixed after your domain name on search results pages. In this lesson you will learn about simplifying this URL slug to /search/keyword so that you can remember it and manually link to it in your website content. Continue reading Simplifying Search URL Slug In WordPress
Sometime back we have discussed about searching anything anonymously using your favorite search engine on your Google Chrome browser in one click. Continue reading Access Search On Your Favorite Search Engine In One Click
Now you can search anything privately using your favorite search engine on Google Chrome. No matter what search engine you use on your omnibar or address bar, whether it is Google, Bing, Yahoo or any other, you can use it anonymously and stop ISPs & websites from tracking your searches. Continue reading Search Privately Using Your Favorite Search Engine On Google Chrome
There are various search extensions released officially by Google to provide more easy and fast web search experience on Google Chrome. Continue reading Top 5 Official Google Search Extensions For Chromebook Users
There are many plugins which allows you to display custom keyword search results inside post content. Now here is a more beautiful way of doing same thing.
WordPress Post visibility options allows you to protect certain posts by assigning a unique password to them. For example: Suppose you want to publish your family album on your WordPress blog and you want to make it visible only to your family members then you can protect your photo gallery post with a password.
Personal media has become the Google’s destiny. Android, Chromebook and Google Glasses have brought Google in to it. The search engine giant Google is now very much in the business of developing personal media.
Personal media very effectively enhances individual life. Therefore this succeeds to sustain. Success stories of personal computer, tablet and smart phone are its examples through the digital history. Unlike Facebook Google is getting a much stable future. It might change the way we compute.
You can easily, in just one click add a search box in your WordPress site’s main navigation menu bar. Search box on Navigation Menu lets you do this in a very easy way. All will be needing to do is install and activate it.
Upon activation the plugin adds the default search box on main navigation menu that will save the space and flexibly fit with the menu.
With new Ajaxy Search Keyword Analyzer & Tracker, webmasters can track live searches happening on their website, they can track the search keyword and can easily get to know what website visitors are looking for in their website. You can easily get started, simply install and activate Ajaxy Search Keyword Analyzer & Tracker plugin. Upon activation the plugin adds a dashboard widgets showing you all search stats and reports.
Using WordPress.Com Search you can search anything on WordPress.Com and self hosted WordPress blogs connected with Jetpack plugin. This way you can easily get to newly posted articles on topic you re looking for. It allows you to browse most recent entries, you can follow the search via RSS or JSON and get notified and more.
Search in Place is a cool WordPress plugin that improves your website search by showing up search query results in real time. The plugin uses AJAX and displays results dynamically as soon you enter the search criteria. Also it groups search results by post type (post, page, attachment) and allows you to limit the number of elements in the dynamic search results. It also offers a different navigation option on the website.
BP-SearchFriends is the new BuddyPress plugin that ajaxifies Buddypress member’s search and populate a list of your BuddyPress network friends with the following criteria:
- Search by Friend’s Display Name
- Search by Friend’s Username
- Search by Friend’s Nicename
- Sarch by Friend’s Email
Super Post adds many useful features for displaying your WordPress blog posts and post types is a better way. The plugin is compatible with all post types and automatically adds various useful options, gives you more controls over your blog content.
Omnisearch is the brand new feature of Jetpack by WordPress.Com plugin. Today’s Jetpack update provides you a new admin area search feature that can search many things present both locally on your website and from the selected providers on internet.
By default WordPress uses redirects search URLs like ?s=KEYWORD. This article is on a simple WordPress plugin that converts ?s=KEYWORD search URLs to /search/KEYWORD and also converts spaces to + symbols like you see in Google search results.
Now you can sort out plugins from default WordPress admin area plugin search on the basis of star rating and WordPress version compatibility. New WordPress plugin PlugIntelligence lets you add a few filters that makes your plugin search more advanced and decreases the chance of installing any broken and useless plugins into your WordPress site.
You can easily exclude posts from certain categories and tags to appear on the homepage of your website. Advanced Category Excluder is a powerful WordPress plugin that allows you to exclude selected categories and also tags to appear on the home page of your website.
Category is the old and best default taxonomy that allows you to keep your blog content classified. Category allows your visitors to easily browse articles they are looking for in your weblog. This tutorial explains you how you can add a category search filer because default WordPress search doesn’t provides you any such kind of filter. Using a category search you can make search very easy for your blog readers.
Copyscape has launched its new premium plugin that allows you to check your blog post and other content uniqueness by searching it on web for duplicate content. The plugin uses Copyscape Premium API for checking the duplicate content on the web so you should have a premium copyscape account to use this plugin in your WordPress install.
You can extend default WordPress search feature to show relevant results even if the query you entered matches a single word in any blog post, this way your WordPress search box will find those posts that contain any of the words entered instead of only posts that contain all of the words searched. It makes WordPress search use OR operator instead of default AND operator