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Supasearch

Description

Supasearch enhances the default WordPress search.

The Supasearch plugin allows users to quickly and easily enhance the default search provided by WordPress. Just install and activate this plugin to have an immediately improved site search.

Features include:

  • Misspellings. If no results are found for a search term the plugin which check if the word is misspelt and provide results for the corrected word.
  • Did you mean?. If no results are found the plugin will offer a similar alternative for the user to search against.

Installation

  1. Upload supasearch to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Place <?php if( class_exists( 'Supasearch_Public' ) ) { Supasearch_Public::misspelling( get_search_query(), 'Showing results for <span>', '</span>' ); } ?> in your search results template
  4. Place <?php if( class_exists( 'Supasearch_Public' ) ) { Supasearch_Public::did_you_mean( get_search_query(), 'Did you mean: <span>', '</span>' ); } ?> in your search results template “Nothing Found” section

FAQ

How to I display the misspelling feature in my theme?

Place the following code in your search results template, typically the search.php file within your theme:

<?php if( class_exists( 'Supasearch_Public' ) ) { Supasearch_Public::misspelling( get_search_query(), 'Showing results for <span>', '</span>' ); } ?> 
What about foo bar?

Place the following code in your template which renders when nothing is found, typically the template-parts/content-none.php file within your theme:

<?php if( class_exists( 'Supasearch_Public' ) ) { Supasearch_Public::did_you_mean( get_search_query(), 'Did you mean: <span>', '</span>' ); } ?> 

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Contributors & Developers

“Supasearch” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

0.2.0-beta

Release Date: October 31, 2016

  • Correction logic update to use previous popular queries.
  • Settings added to control accuracy previous popular queries.

0.1.0-beta

Release Date: October 17, 2016

  • Beta release featuring misspellings and did you mean suggestions to enhance the default WordPress search.