Add a modal form like this to your site with SearchWP’s Modal Search Form Extension!
Custom Fields (post meta) are completely ignored by WordPress search! Use SearchWP to instantly make all of your valuable data searchable.
SearchWP works with all Custom Fields in any way you’d like, including data from popular plugins like:
and more! Further, SearchWP makes it easy to customize & refine the data during indexing which ensures you’re getting the best possible search results.
Your products have many attributes that are ignored when searching!
SearchWP considers all of your product details (attributes, taxonomies, etc) from plugins like:
and more! SearchWP has first party integrations which automatically integrate better search results.
You can tell SearchWP to extract text from documents (PDF, Office, plain/rich text, and more!) uploaded to the WordPress Media library and make that content searchable.
Document search results integrate directly into your results template, showing the Media Library title and a link to that Media entry.
Futher, SearchWP is able to extract a contextual excerpt that trims around found search terms.
Many modern WordPress sites use far more than the content types available directly through WordPress.
Custom database tables are used to significantly improve performance when necessary, but doing so excludes that content from WordPress search.
SearchWP was built with this in mind, and SearchWP has the ability to index (and make searchable) content from virtually any local database table.
Taxonomy terms like Categories and Tags contain fantastic, search-oriented content.
Native WordPress search isn't able to consider that content.
Shortcodes are immensely popular in WordPress, but native WordPress search isn't able to work with the output.
SearchWP allows you to incorporate taxonomy terms and Shortcode output in your search operation!
On-site search activity is extremely valuable insight into visitor behavior.
Visitors are literally telling you what they're looking for!
SearchWP recognizes and understands how beneficial powerful on-site search is, not only for your visitors but for you too.
With an effective on-site search solution your visitors will broadcast what they're looking for. SearchWP will help you help them find it.
SearchWP’s Metrics Extension analyzes your search traffic, showing you what visitors are searching for, finding, and not finding.
SearchWP's data will help you improve your site content!
WordPress already has search functionality, SearchWP steps in by integrating with your existing search form and results template.
There is no coding necessary to replace your existing keyword search form or results template! SearchWP automatically integrates with native WordPress search forms in:
SearchWP also works with many page builders including:
Unlike WordPress, SearchWP returns results based on relevance from the content you want to search. Gone are the days of missing content types, omitted results, and bad sorting!
SearchWP integrates with your existing search results template, sorting results based on the content & criteria you choose, including:
SearchWP’s Engines make setup straightforward!
You can utilize all of the content that’s gone unrecognized by native WordPress keyword search instantly with SearchWP.
“We’ve been using SearchWP on our Knowledge Base for the past few months, and it has made a significant difference for our clients. It’s helped reduce the number of support tickets because people can find what they’re looking for, and we also love the metrics and seeing trends in searches. If you want people to find things on your site, it’s the best and I highly recommend SearchWP!”
“This plugin was a perfect solution for our client’s needs. The technical support that was provided by the SearchWP team was top-notch and they were extremely responsive to my needs and inquiries. Thank you, Elio and the whole team at SearchWP :)”
“What I like is that SearchWP has an easy setup and offers immediate improvement. I also like that Jonathan is honest about the limitations of the product. Over 20K posts/pages and he recommends you look elsewhere for reasonable performance.”