Smart Search replaces the native WordPress search engine by giving relevance to what matters. Results are displayed according to your current theme.
On top of that Smart Search is flexible enough for developers who want to use a different search engine provider.
<h2 title="<?php the_title() ?>"><?php the_title() ?></h2>
This happens because the_title() is not supposed to be used in HTML attributes. In this case the_title_attribute() should be used instead.
This is the correct usage:
<h2 title="<?php the_title_attribute() ?>"><?php the_title() ?></h2>
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replace "mysite.com" with your domain.
If you see some results you're on the good way, otherwise let BING index your blog.
Important Note: Taxonomy pages like /category/news, /tags/politics, /author/john etc. are not included in search results because they're archives, not posts or pages. This is one of the core features of Smart Search Pro
2. If you have any other search related plugin active, try to deactivate it in order to avoid unexpected conflicts.
Requires: 3.3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.8
Last Updated: 2014-8-27
Active Installs: 80+
1 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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