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How can DMS page content be made searchable?

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chamois_blanc

Hi,

 

As far as I understand, DMS puts the content of a page (posts excepted) in its own separate database structure. It doesn't seem like wordpress search has access to it. Is there a way to enable non-post page content search, sort of resorting to use something like a local google site search?

 

Thank you,

Gilles

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Danny

Hi,

 

In DMS 1.x, there was an option to allow section content be indexed. However, this is not currently possible with DMS 2.x, due to changes we made. However, I have informed our developers of this and added it to our issue tracker.


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chamois_blanc

Okay thanks. Search is a basic function of all good websites. I hope this is way up in your priority list.

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Danny

DMS hasn't removed any search functionality, all search functionality is provided by WordPress. If that section has no Search field, that doesn't mean that your site can use search. WordPress includes a Search widget that you can add to any template you like that has a widgetized section applied to it. DMS also includes a search field via the Navi and NavBar sections.


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