SearchWP

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Version 1.7 includes a number of performance updates and overhead reduction. There is now a new Advanced option allowing you to opt-in to having SearchWP completely remove all traces of itself upon plugin deletion. This option is disabled by default.

Changelog:

  • [New] There is a new Advanced option called Nuke on Delete that adjusts the uninstallation routine to only remove data if you opt in
  • [Improvement] AND logic queries now force their own index
  • [Improvement] Removed unused constant
  • [Improvement] Offloaded update checks to only occur in the admin and therefore reduce overhead on the front end
  • [Improvement] Update checks are now performed once a day so as to reduce page load latency when working in the WordPress admin
  • [Improvement] Changed the way license checks were performed to avoid potential unwanted caching issues
  • [Fix] Fixed invalid textdomain usage for l18n

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See what SearchWP customers have to say

  • “Great plugin! I implemented a bulk product search option for my wholesale platform. I was supported very quickly by the SearchWP team, and we met our complex goals. Recommended!”

  • “The plugin works exactly as promised. Any questions or issues I had were quickly responded to and had a fairly complex site up and running in hours.”

  • “Powerful and flexible; excellent for building custom search engines and extending search across custom post types and fields. Intuitive and user-friendly interface; lots of add-ons; excellent API, documentation, and customer support to boot.”

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