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SearchWP version 2.8.3 is now available to all active license holders. This a bugfix and maintenance release that is recommended for everyone. Here’s the full changelog:

  • [New] New filter searchwp_search_args to filter search arguments at runtime
  • [Improvement] Better handling of object caching
  • [Improvement] Better messaging when rebuilding index
  • [Improvement] Dequeue/deregister legacy versions of select2 that are imposed upon SearchWP’s settings screen
  • [Improvement] Better handling of regex matches
  • [Fix] Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented the indexer progress bar from displaying after rebuilding index
  • [Fix] Fixed an issue that may have prevented manually edited document content from being fully re-indexed
  • [Fix] Fixed PHP Warning during short circuit check
  • [Fix] Disabling the minimum character count reduces length to 1 instead of 2

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  • “We needed to index a website with lots of page content and woocommerce products. SearchWP delivers a lot of useful default functions and setting up was easy with the help of the extensive documentation.”

  • “With SearchWP, you can add weight to categories, tags, taxonomies and even custom fields. This yields a much better and richer search than the basic WP search. My clients love it.”

  • “With SearchWP you can tweak your search results so you can better target the needs of your site visitors. You have the power to expand your search into custom fields, target specific areas of your site such as taxonomies, post types, and on and on.”

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