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  1. Hello Everyone, I was trying to update SEO meta title, description and meta keywords for my website in Process Wire CMS but it saving in the backend but it is not reflecting on my website, Please help me regarding this error. Please find below attached screen shot for your ref. TIA.
  2. Hello! I'm making my way through my first encounter with ProcessWire, and I'm very near the end of my tasks! I've searched Google, these forums, and for add-ons, but I haven't found any documentation or reference work for implementing boolean searching in the native CMS? Am I missing a thread, add-on, or docs that can point the way? I'm sure I'm not the first to have a need like this? Thanks in advance!
  3. HI all. I recently built a web shop with PW and it works pretty good. I love the simplicity and freedom working with templates and how stuff works and the client loves the back-end. However, the part I am unhappy about is the site search. Beside the API selectors work fine, it seems not be suitable for that kind of search. People search for words, phrases, they mix spaces, hyphens etc., add measurements … so a lot of searches end up in 0 results. I know of the ElasticSearch module and other external things like Sphider, Google CSE, algolia.com … but some are quite complicated and limit my control or bring google's ads on the site So perhaps you have any improvements, ideas how to get a better search engine on my website. Most problems come from spelling issues, singular/plural, hyphenated words/searches. <?php $vars['q'] = $q; $input->whitelist('q', $q); $q = $sanitizer->selectorValue($q); // 1. // Item Number // If there is a number in it that matches a product's numbers, redirect to product directly $q_numeric = preg_replace('/\D/', '', $q); $prodcut_item_number = $pages->get("template=product|product_variation, product_item_number=$q_numeric"); if ( $prodcut_item_number->id && $prodcut_item_number->template == 'product') { $session->redirect($prodcut_item_number->url); die(); } elseif ( $prodcut_item_number->id && $prodcut_item_number->template == 'product_variation') { // variations are saved as sub-pages, but have no public web-page $session->redirect($prodcut_item_number->parent->url); die(); } // 2. // Product title and description // Search the product's title, headline and summary $matches = $pages->find("title|headline|summary~=$q, template=product, limit=50"); // 3. // Categories // If search is a category, append all its products $categories = $pages->find("title%=$q, template=category, limit=10"); if ( count($categories) ) { $category_ids = $categories->each('id'); $category_ids = implode('|', $category_ids); $append_products_from_category = $pages->find("template=product, has_parent={$cat_ids}"); $matches->append($append_products_from_category); } // 4. // Split search phrase // If nothing above matches, try each word separatly if( !count($matches) ) { $q_separate = preg_replace('/\PL/u', ' ', $q); // "Remove" everything but letters $q_separate = preg_split('/\s+/', $q_separate); foreach ($q_separate as $q_word) { if ( $q_word != '' && strlen($q_word) > 4 ) { $append_products_separate = $pages->find("title|headline|summary~=$q_word, template=product, limit=50"); $matches->append($append_products_separate); } } } // PLEASE NOTE – this doesn't come from my production code, but is a current idea I have // There is no highly need of weighting results and order best results on top, because there are just a few products for each keyword :-)
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