SearchWP

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I was a bit ambitious with the UTF-8 fix in version 1.0.3, so this version is a better overhaul of both the indexer processing of content and performed searches. Issues with certain punctuation causing no results to appear should now be fully resolved. I strongly suggest purging and reindexing when upgrading to this release, and […]

Version 1.0.3 brings a fix to the auto-update routine, so you will need to apply this update manually by downloading the latest version from your Account area. I’m also recommending that you purge and reindex your content. A change was made in the handling of some special characters that might have an effect on some […]

SearchWP version 1.0.2 brings a couple of small bugfixes, changelog: 1.0.2 ========== [Fix] Fixed an issue where Custom Field weights weren’t saving properly on the Settings screen 1.0.1 ========== [Fix] Fixed an issue that would cause searches to fail if an enabled custom post type had a hyphen in it’s name [Fix] Fixed an off-by-one […]

The debut release of SearchWP is available now! In celebration of the initial launch, I’m running a social discount where you can get 25% off any license with a simple tweet. Grab a copy today, I hope you enjoy SearchWP!

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  • “The ability to setup search engines specific to my custom post types is so badass! Combine that with the awesome related posts extension… beautiful match. Nice work!”

  • “the plugin does exactly what it says with a dedicated support! highly recommended !”

  • “SearchWP searches custom attributes. This is what I needed primarily for my client.”