SearchWP

Category: Releases

Version 4.1.17 of SearchWP has been released and is a recommended update for all license holders. The integration with WP All Import has been refactored to be more stable and faster 🚀. The other change in 4.1.17 is the addition of the relevance() method on Mods. Mods are responsible for modifying SearchWP queries. Since SearchWP […]

Version 4.1.16 of SearchWP has been made available to all active license holders. There are a couple of new items in this release, along with optimizations, refinements, and a couple of bug fixes as well. This is recommended update for all SearchWP users. Changelog: 4.1.16 [New] searchwp\index\source\add_hooks filter to allow prevention of core hook implementation […]

Version 4.1.15 is now available to all active license holders, and it’s a recommended update with bug fixes and improvements. In this version the handling of synonym partial matches has changed. Previously, synonyms would receive partial matching if the main partial match feature has been enabled. That solution worked well in most cases, but over […]

Version 4.1.14 of SearchWP has been released and is a recommended update for all active license holders. There are a few new Rules available which should prove to be handy: Consider filename for Media In some cases (e.g. form plugin uploads) you may want to exclude Media based on filename. For example: you can utilize […]

This update to SearchWP brings additional performance enhancements and it is a recommended update for all active license holders. Full changelog: [IMPORTANT] As of version 4.1 Comments are now a separate Source (if you are using Comments for any Post Type Source you will need to edit your Engine and rebuild your index, this is […]

This update to SearchWP includes performance refinements and bug fixes, it is a recommended update for all license holders. [IMPORTANT] As of version 4.1 Comments are now a separate Source (if you are using Comments for any Post Type Source you will need to edit your Engine and rebuild your index, this is not done […]

[IMPORTANT] As of version 4.1 Comments are now a separate Source (if you are using Comments for any Post Type Source you will need to edit your Engine and rebuild your index, this is not done automatically and should be planned for when updating) [Fix] Regression introduced in 4.1.9 that prevented saving parent weight transfer […]

Version 4.1.9 of SearchWP has been made available to all active license holders. The updates in this release focus on index optimization/fixes and also a fix for results retrieval based on Comments in some cases. This is a recommended update for all SearchWP installations. Changelog: [IMPORTANT] As of version 4.1 Comments are now a separate […]

Version 1.1.0 of SearchWP’s MyListing Integration Extension has been released. It adds support for filters that are available in MyListing and integrates those filters into the integration. Changelog: 1.1.0 [New] Adds support for filters [Update] Updated updater

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