The OpenSearchServer Search Plugin enables OpenSearchServer full-text search in WordPress-based websites.
Open Search Server is a search engine developed under the GPL v3 open source licence. Read more on http://www.open-search-server.com
Use the Reindex-Site button in the OpenSearchServer Settings page. By default the OpenSearchServer plugin automatically indexes any new post or page
Check that the credentials entered in the plugin page match the ones entered in your OpenSearchServer instance, under the Privileges tab.
Check whether the CURL extension for PHP is enabled on your server, and install it if necessary.
Copy the opensearchserver_search.php file from the wp-content/plugins/opensearchserver-search directory to your current theme folder (for instance wp-content/themes/twentyfourteen). Customize the layout as needed.
Yes, this plugin supports multi-sites installation.
Yes you can: enable the "Search only" mode to stop sending data (chiefly new posts and pages) from WordPress to OpenSearchServer.
Warning: you may first need to create your index using the OSS WordPress plugin before enabling the "Search only mode". This ensures that the necessary fields are all created in the schema of your index.
You probably updated to a recent version without re-creating your index. You need to re-create your index and re-synchronize data.
Learn everything about the available filters and actions in our documentation center.
Fully re-indexing can hit the memory quite hard. If your server does not allow for that much memory to be used by PHP, try indexing your content in smaller spans. To do so, use the 'From document' and 'to document' input fields located above the 'Re-index / Synchronize' button and determine through trial and error how many documents your server will let you process in one go.
lang/opensearchserver-fr_FR.po file, rename it with your country code and translate its content. Feel free to submit us your translated files!
Serbian translation provided by Ogi Djuraskovic - http://firstsiteguide.com.
Requires: 3.0.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.3
Last Updated: 2015-4-20
Active Installs: 20+
4 of 4 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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