Søgemaskinen koster 800 dollar om året (for mellem 1000 og 50000 sider). Den giver statistik for søgninger uden resultat. Alternative søgeord kan defineres. Hyppigst valgte klik-søgninger vælges som foretrukne. En uges gratis prøvetid. Hjemmesiden indexeres hos firmaet, og indexet ligger derfor klar til brug. Det er et plugin til WordPress.
AddSearch is twice as popular replacement for Google Site Search as runners-up Algolia and Swiftype.
Customize your AddSearch experience by integrating into our REST API
AddSearch allows you to increase or reduce the importance of certain site areas. For example, you can decide to boost your product pages (/product/) higher in the search results, and lower the importance of your press releases (/pressrelease/).
Site area weights are wildcards by default. Site areas can be defined with regular expressions with a regex: prefix. For example regex:.*contact-us$ would match all the URLs ending with contact-us.
t’s also possible to define the relative importance of a page with the following meta tag:
Tag’s content is the importance in percentage with the default value 100 (meaning 100%). Value “50” would give the page half score, and “200” would double page’s score. If “addsearch-boost” meta tag is used, it overrides other possibly matching Site area rules.
With their Plus package enabled, AddSearch automatically detects the language of your pages based on meta tags. When the users search, the only results displayed are those with the same language as the page you’re on. Meaning that the users never get confused by seeing results in a different language. – To disable automatic language detection and show the search results in all languages, head to your Settings page in the AddSearch Dashboard. AddSearch uses two methods to determine the language of a page. If you have a multilingual website and are seeing different languages mixed together in your search results, please review that you’re using either of these methods to tell AddSearch the language of the page:
1. Set the language in the HTML tag
xml:lang attribute in the
HTML tag, as follows:
2. Set the language using a meta tag
content-language meta tag in the HEAD section of your page, as follows:
The examples above set the language to Spanish.
Language information in PDF files
Supported languages in the user interface
Our search results box is translated to following languages. If you need another language let us know and we’ll work it out.
- Irish (Gaeilge)
- AddSearch can weight search results based on the publication dates of your documents. For example on news sites, newer topics would rise automatically higher in the search results than old news items.
AddSearch detects the date and time when a page was published, and displays newer content automatically higher in the search results than older content. This feature requires that your site is set up to tell AddSearch the publication time.
The AddSearch WordPress plugin allows anybody with a self-hosted WordPress website to install AddSearch easily. The plugin replaces the existing search of your website with AddSearch, allowing your users to enjoy an instant and lightning fast search. Please note that websites hosted on WordPress.com are not supported, due to WordPress limitations.
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- Installation on a regular website
- Installation on a WordPress site
- Installation on Hubspot
- Installation on Jimdo site
- Installation on Squarespace
Look & feel
- Customizing the look & feel of AddSearch
- Defining the category information below each search result
- Defining the featured image
- Effects of website’s style settings on AddSearch
- Hiding thumbnails and screen captures from results
- Link to the search results
- Mobile support
- Using your own search field
- Removing AddSearch logo from search results
Setup & settings
Ranking, relevance & filters
- Hidden keywords
- Including & Excluding Content
- Search filters – Restrict the search to a certain area of your website
- Search results ranking
- Site areas – Decide which results are more important than others
- Time-based results
Crawling & Indexing
- Adding content manually to the search
- Crawling frequency
- Excluding content
- Full re-crawl (or “reset the index”)
- Indexing PDF, Word and PowerPoint files
- Multi-domain support
- Real-time indexing with RSS feeds or API
- Specifying page’s publishing time
- Whitelisting the AddSearch Bot
Billing & Subscription