SearchWP searches for regular expression pattern matches to keep certain strings in tact and avoid tokenization which may reduce the usefulness during search. By default there are a number of common regular expression patterns to extract strings of SKUs, dates, initials, function names, version numbers, and more. You can use this hook to add your […]
Control whether SearchWP applies its validation rules (e.g. minimum length) to regular expression (regex) pattern matches.
By default SearchWP will process only full matches for its regular expression patterns. If you would like SearchWP to also consider partial matches you may enable that behavior with this hook.
Control whether highlighting considers partial matches.
Control whether exact matches are given extra relevance weight when performing partial match logic.
Control whether a wildcard is added after a search query when performing partial match logic.
Control whether a wildcard is added before a search query when performing partial match logic.
Control the minimum length for partial matches.
Manipulate partial match tokens during partial match logic application.
Control whether SearchWP’s performs “Did you mean?” style corrections to searches that apply partial matching logic.