Powerful AJAX-based search alternative which supports faceting queries by taxonomies, terms, location, and post metadata.
Easy to set-up, easy to customize the results, and intuitive on the front end. Nice work!
It's very clean and smooth in operation, prompting the user with a list of categories or tags or in pro any other taxonomy to pick from. Each successive choice narrows down the results which are updated automatically.
Very nicely done, and have found them very responsive...
Since first giving 5 stars with the comment above, have had more interaction with them about a seemingly minor issue maybe particular to my site, and they were very responsive and did some upgrading to the plugin, staying with me until the issue was gone...
Would give another five stars if I could...
A really great plugin and great support. Doesn't just fix the issue but advises too, great stuff.
We're using this on [ link deleted, please do not post links in these reviews ] - it wouldn't be possible without it.
Bryce and team have done lots of excellent development for us (which has been folded back into the main plugin) quickly, efficiently, and above and beyond.
Very nice work.
These guys know what they're doing. This is what you want and what you need.
Really useful for letting users search on sites with a wide variety of content, and the customizability of the results template lets us get pretty creative with the output formatting. Would recommend this for any site with a lot of tags/categories where a text-based search isn't quite cutting it.
If you are looking for a powerful search for your site then this plugin is definitely worth a try. It is simple to use and very versatile.
The developers are serious about creating a first rate plugin and are very helpful and responsive to queries and quick to give assistance.
I know about the custom search plugins with additional customization and ability to search custom post types.
But this is the plugin providing the options all together with ability to select right on the search box and results with ajax functionality.
Hope the authors would implement a feature to Network wide