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Reply To: class-wpsolr-option.php: Invalid argument supplied for foreach()

Please try this: – Open the screen 2.2 – Deselect all the post types. Save. – Select the post types again. Save.

September 25, 2018 admin

Reply To: class-wpsolr-option.php: Invalid argument supplied for foreach()

It solved the problem. Thanks!!

September 25, 2018 pbo75

Reply To: Can auto-suggest show post titles rather than keywords, like a live-search?

Yes. Please select “Suggest products” in screen 2.1; This will perform a search in the auto-suggestions, and show titles + content, instead of keywords. You can hide the content then with some css. For WooCommerce users: if you activate the Yith Woocommerce Ajax Search extension, you will get a better control of how your products suggestions are […]

September 25, 2018 admin

Reply To: What did we pay for with our subscription?

WPSOLR is a plugin only. You can install (free), or rent, Solr or Elasticsearch.

September 25, 2018 admin

Reply To: Search in all ACF file fields by default

WPSOLR 20.9 has been released. If you upgrade your version, you’ll find a new option “Index all ACF file fields” in the ACF extension screen.

September 26, 2018 admin

Reply To: Add a "Do not search items" in screen 2.2

WPSOLR 20.9 has been released. If you upgrade your current version, you’ll find a new option “Filter items from search results” in screen 2.2

September 26, 2018 admin

Reply To: 4 sites with a cross-domain site-wide search

It is possible, indeed: How to consolidate the search from several domains ? You will need one license for each site. And one Solr or Elasticsearch server, to create your index.

September 26, 2018 admin

Reply To: 4 sites with a cross-domain site-wide search

I’m issues to find any pricing for Solr or Elasticsearch servers. Are these free resources? Many thanks for your help. WPSOLR looks likely to be the ideal solution.

September 26, 2018 pbo75

Reply To: 4 sites with a cross-domain site-wide search

Solr and Elasticsearch are free to install locally. It will also be very fast. Else, you can check some external hosting services: https://www.wpsolr.com/wpsolr/search/hosting

September 26, 2018 admin

Reply To: 4 sites with a cross-domain site-wide search

Do the indexes update automatically as the sites grow, or is that a manual process?

September 26, 2018 pbo75

Reply To: 4 sites with a cross-domain site-wide search

Everything is automatic. New/updated data is indexed in real-time.

September 26, 2018 admin

Reply To: Hooks to change Elasticsearch settings and mapping

Yes and no. No : I started a generic mapping by drag&drop with all analysers/filters a few month ago, but did not finish it. Yes : but in the PRO version, you can select a type for each searched fields (the “boosts”). By default the type is text without analysers. But you can also select […]

September 26, 2018 admin

Reply To: Hooks to change Elasticsearch settings and mapping

I can change the ‘author’ default type ‘keyword’ to ‘text’ in the ‘Search field boosts’? Have you considered adding a “quote” char_filter in the settings? I found problematic searching for words with apostrophes using the plugin free version. “char_filter”: { “quotes”: { “type”: “mapping”, “mappings”: [ “\\u0091=>\\u0027”, “\\u0092=>\\u0027”, “\\u2018=>\\u0027”, “\\u2019=>\\u0027”, “\\u201B=>\\u0027” ] } }

September 26, 2018 pbo75

Reply To: Hooks to change Elasticsearch settings and mapping

You are saying that I could change the ‘author’ default type ‘keyword’ to ‘text’ in the ‘Search field boosts’? yes Have you considering to add a “quote” char_filter in the settings? No, because there are tens/hundreds of other possible tunings, only adapted to specific needs. That was the purpose of my previous generic mapping settings.

September 26, 2018 admin

Reply To: Are WPSOLR and Sage 9 theme compatible ?

Sage is a general purpose theme, so yes, it should be fine. But the WPSOLR Ajax template is deprecated. WPSOLR will instead replace the WP_Query with Solr/Elasticsearch in the background, and your theme search template will display results as usual. And yes, WPSOLR has an option to add Ajax responsiveness to your theme search.

September 26, 2018 admin

Reply To: No results

Did you setup all the tabs of the plugin admin ? Here is a full tutorial for Solr: Video – Setup demo with the TwentySixteen theme template and local Apache Solr

September 26, 2018 admin

Reply To: No results

I checked on your site. Suggestions are retrieved from your index, but are invisible on your pages. ​ This means you’re not so far from getting results on the search page. – Do you have errors in your debug.log file ? – Can you send me screenshots of your tabs 2.1, 2.2 in WPSOLR plugins’s […]

September 26, 2018 admin

Reply To: No results

Two remarks. 1) You activated the network (cross-domain) features Please fix that with the following steps: a) Empty your index first b) then, on screen 2.1, on option “This search is part of a network search”, select “No, this is a standalone search ” c) Re-index 2) You chose post types “Downloads” on screen 2.2 […]

September 26, 2018 pbo75

Reply To: No results

I have it partially working. How do I add the filters to my default search page?

September 26, 2018 pbo75

Reply To: No results

You select them in tab 2.4. Activate the “Theme” extension, if you want to use advanced layouts for your filters (sliders, ranges, select2, …). Then you add the “WPSOLR Facets” widget to your search side bar.

September 26, 2018 admin