SearchWP

Hook Tags: db_where

Control whether SearchWP considers the db_where() criteria for Sources. This functionality adds a layer of protection against content edits that were made in such a way that SearchWP’s indexer was not able to capture. If you are confident that your content edits are all taking place through APIs as captured by the Sources you’re using […]

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