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  1. Hi guys So I'm building a little search index for a client with this recipe I've found on the ProcessWire Recipes website (more info: https://processwire-recipes.com/recipes/set-up-search-index-with-fieldtypecache/) I've followed the exact steps in the recipe and the script appears to be working, except for Profields: Repeater Matrix. 🙄 This is the code I've got so far: <?php include('includes/header.php') ?> <?php $q = $sanitizer->selectorValue($input->get->q); if($q) { $results = $pages->find('search_cache%='. $q); } else { $results = new stdClass(); $results->count = 0; } ?> <section class="partners-block-consul mb-5"> <div class="container"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-sm-10 offset-sm-1"> <div class="partners-head sec-p-lg"> <?php if($page->headline) { ?> <h1 class="highlight"><?= $page->headline ?></h1> <?php } ?> <div class="cms text-left"> <p>Er werden <?= $results->count ?> resultaten gevonden.</p> <?php if($results->count > 0){ ?> <ul> <?php foreach($results as $result){ if($result->template->name == "faq_item") { $category = $pages->get("id=".$result->faq_category); $parent_template = $category->rootParent(); ?> <li><?= $result->title ?> - <a href="<?= $parent_template->url . $category->name . "/"; ?>" title="<?= $result->title ?>"><?= $labels->read_more ?></a></li> <?php } elseif($result->template->name == "faq_category") { $parent_template = $result->rootParent(); $faqCategoryUrl = $parent_template->url . $result->name . "/"; ?> <li><?= $result->title ?> - <a href="<?= $faqCategoryUrl; ?>" title="<?= $result->title ?>"><?= $labels->read_more ?></a></li> <?php } else { ?> <li><?= $result->title ?> - <a href="<?= $result->url; ?>" title="<?= $result->title ?>"><?= $labels->read_more ?></a></li> <?php } ?> <?php } ?> </ul> <?php } ?> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </section> <?php include('includes/cta.php'); ?> <?php include('includes/footer.php'); ?> In the ProcessWire admin the "search_cache" field is being build as follows (see image 1). Then, the field 'search_cache' is being used on the following templates (see image 2 and 3). So, let's say I'm searching the word 'kinderen', which should get a hit on the template 'Kind', the script isn't returning this page as one of the hits (the result should return 'migraine'). If someone has any idea why the script is not looking for the data that is being put in the field "Profields: Repeater Matrix", he/ she would be my personal hero! 🤗 Greetings Cédric
  2. Hi guys, i want to create some search filters in the backend. The filters should display fields, which lie in a repeater group. Is it possible to display this in the search? Thanks for your Support!
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