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Search Taxonomy Terms

Taxonomies in WordPress are most commonly seen as Post Categories and Tags. You can also register your own taxonomies, and many plugins use their own Taxonomies to facilitate a lot of functionality.

Bonus! Using Term Archive Priority you can have your taxonomy term archive pages be returned in search results!

Screenshot of Categories and Tags

Categories and Tags include important search keywords!

Taxonomy terms (e.g. your Categories/Tags themselves) can contain content that’s very relevant to search! WordPress native search doesn’t consider taxonomy terms when performing searches but SearchWP indexes and considers that content.

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