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  • marten
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    #15202 |

    Hi,

    First i would like to start thanking responsive-muse for it’s top service and customer support.
    I am about to use the search widget and noticed something. Most of my pages are searchable.
    Only one problem. On my site i’m using a blog widget. Is it possible to scan the blog pages too?

    The blog is located on https://hdemontfort.nl/alle-speltakken.html

    marten
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    #15220 |

    Hi, I’m preparing my website for the real search widget.

    My pages have names and a suffix wich is “- Scouting H. de Montfort – De leukste scoutinggroep van Hoensbroek”

    Is it possible to filter that out so it only shows the page name in the results?

    responsive-muse
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    #15228 |

    Hello. Thanks for your nice words!

    About searching in blog: our widget searchs inside .html files, and it seems your blog posts are not in .html format. Maybe you are using a widget from other provider? How do you create new posts there?

    About removing partial string from page names: we did not test both widgets together, but our free Search and Replace widget maybe can do the job. You should place it in search results page and replace your sufix “- Scouting H. de Montfort – De leukste scoutinggroep van Hoensbroek” for a empty string (spacebar).
    Tell us if it works!

    Kind regards.

    marten
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    #15237 |

    Hi,

    New posts are made by login in on the age and adding post to it. It works in javascript ajax. The blog database is a SQlite file.
    I tried placing the search and recplace widget but it does not change anything.

    responsive-muse
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    #15252 |

    Hello again!

    Sorry, if post contents are inside SQlite they will not be searchable. They need to be present in physical files so scan.php can locate them.

    About replace string, maybe you can send us your .muse file so we can try it.

    Have a nice weekend!

    marten
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    #15253 |

    Hi, thanks for the reply.

    Would it be better if i use a mysql database?
    I noticed that using the search bar widget bypasses the blocked pages.

    marten
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    responsive-muse
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    #15283 |

    Sorry, I am afraid it would require to build a completely new widget. The problem is not only search inside database, but also build clickable links following your blog link procedure.

    If your blog was created using a Muse widget, maybe their creators can create a custom search inside their blog.

    What do you mean by “bypasses the blocked pages”?

    marten
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    #15345 |

    INside the widget you can set pages not to search, like index or contact.
    But if i use the search bar on a page it does search all pages.

    responsive-muse
    Keymaster
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    #15390 |

    We are looking at it, thanks!

    responsive-muse
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    #15395 |

    We just updated widget, can you please update and try if problem disappeared?
    Thanks

    marten
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    #17347 |

    Hi,

    I tested it but it still displays the blocked pages.

    https://hdemontfort.nl/index.html is the website

    responsive-muse
    Keymaster
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    #17353 |

    Hello Marten!

    Are you sure it’s showing blocked pages?

    We were doing some tests trying to see any results pointing to your blocked pages: “index,cookie,oeps,zoeken” but that pages never appeared in our tests.

    Can you tell us any search word which it’s failing? Maybe a screenshot?

    Thank you!

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