Relevanssi – A Better Search

Descripción

Relevanssi reemplaza la búsqueda estándar de WordPress con un mejor motor de búsqueda, con muchas características y opciones configurables. Obtendrás mejores resultados, mejor presentación de resultados: tus usuarios te lo agradecerán.

Esta es la versión gratuita de Relevanssi. También está Relevanssi Premium, que tiene características adicionales. Para obtener más información sobre Premium, visita Relevanssi.com.

Do note that using Relevanssi may require large amounts (hundreds of megabytes) of database space (for a reasonable estimate, multiply the size of your wp_posts database table by three). If your hosting setup has a limited amount of space for database tables, using Relevanssi may cause problems. In those cases use of Relevanssi cannot be recommended.

Características clave

  • Resultados de búsqueda ordenados por orden de relevancia, no por fecha.
  • Fuzzy matching: match partial words, if complete words don’t match.
  • Encuentra documentos que coincidan con un solo término de búsqueda (consulta OR) o requiere que aparezcan todas las palabras (consulta AND).
  • Busca frases con comillas, por ejemplo, «frase de búsqueda».
  • Create custom excerpts that show where the hit was made, with the search terms highlighted.
  • Resalta los términos de búsqueda en los documentos cuando el usuario haga clic en los resultados de búsqueda.
  • Buscar comentarios, etiquetas, categorías y campos personalizados.
  • Multisite friendly.
  • Compatible con bbPress.
  • Gutenberg friendly.

Características avanzadas

  • Adjust the weighting for titles, tags and comments.
  • Registra consultas, muestra las consultas más populares y las consultas recientes sin resultados.
  • Restringe las búsquedas a categorías y etiquetas usando una variable oculta o ajustes del plugin.
  • Index custom post types and custom taxonomies.
  • Indexa el contenido de shortcodes.
  • Google-style «Did you mean?» suggestions based on successful user searches.
  • Compatible con el plugin WPML multilingüe y Polylang.
  • Compatibile con los plugins s2member membership, Members, Groups, Simple Membership y otros plugins de membresía.
  • Filtrado avanzado para ayudar a alterar los resultados de búsqueda de la manera que desees.
  • Aceleración de resultados de búsqueda para mejorar el rendimiento en grandes bases de datos.
  • Desactiva la indexación del contenido y los títulos de las entradas con un simple enlace de filtro.

Premium features (only in Relevanssi Premium)

  • Indexación de contenido adjunto (PDF, Office, Open Office).
  • Improved spelling correction in «Did you mean?» suggestions.
  • Búsqueda en múltiples sitios en la misma instalación multisitio.
  • Buscar e indexar perfiles de usuario.
  • Buscar e indexar páginas de términos de taxonomía (categorías, etiquetas, taxonomías personalizadas).
  • Buscar e indexar columnas arbitrarias en la tabla wp_posts MySQL.
  • Assign weights to any post types and taxonomies.
  • Asignar peso extra a las nuevas entradas.
  • Deja que el usuario elija entre búsquedas AND y OR, utiliza el operador + y – (AND y NOT).
  • Exportar e importar ajustes.
  • Comandos de WP CLI .
  • Related posts.
  • Redirects for searches.

Relevanssi en Facebook

Puedes encontrar Relevanssi en Facebook .

Gracias

  • Cristian Damm for tag indexing, comment indexing, post/page exclusion and general helpfulness.
  • Marcus Dalgren for UTF-8 fixing.
  • Warren Tape for 2.5.5 fixes.
  • Mohib Ebrahim for relentless bug hunting.
  • John Calahan for extensive 4.0 beta testing.

Capturas

  • Página de resumen
  • Ajustes de indexación
  • Ajustes de búsqueda
  • Ajustes de registro
  • Extractos y destacados
  • Synonym settings
  • Stopword settings

Instalación

  1. Instala el plugin desde la pantalla de plugins de WordPress.
  2. Activa el plugin.
  3. Ve a la página de ajustes del plugin y crea el índice siguiendo las instrucciones allí.
  4. ¡Eso es!

Relevanssi usa el formulario de búsqueda estándar y generalmente no necesita ningún cambio en la plantilla de resultados de búsqueda.

Si la búsqueda no produce ningún resultado, tu tema probablemente tenga una llamada query_posts() en la plantilla de resultados de búsqueda. Eso arroja fuera a Relevanssi. Para obtener más información, consulta el truco de depuración Relevanssi más importante .

Desinstalar

Para desinstalar el plugin, elimínalo utilizando las herramientas normales de administración de plugins de WordPress (desde la página plugins, primero desactivar, luego eliminar). Si eliminas los archivos del plugin manualmente, las tablas y opciones de la base de datos permanecerán.

FAQ

Base de conocimiento

You can find solutions and answers at the Relevanssi Knowledge Base.

Ayuda contextual

Las respuestas a muchos problemas comunes se pueden encontrar en el menú contextual. Simplemente haz clic en «Ayuda» en la esquina superior derecha de tu panel de administración de WordPress en la página de ajustes de Relevanssi.

Relevanssi no funciona

Si los resultados no cambian después de instalar y activar Relevanssi, la razón más probable es que tengas una llamada a query_posts() en tu plantilla de resultados de búsqueda. Esto confunde a Relevanssi. Intenta eliminar la llamada query_posts() y verás qué sucede.

Searching for words with ampersands or hyphens doesn’t work

Por favor, lee No se pueden encontrar palabras con puntuación . Esta es una característica de Relevanssi, pero puedes solucionarlo desde los ajustes de indexación de Relevanssi.

¿Dónde están los registros de búsqueda de usuarios?

Mira la parte superior del menú de administración. Ahí está «Búsquedas de usuarios».

Displaying the relevance score

Relevanssi almacena la puntuación de relevancia que utiliza para ordenar los resultados en la variable $post. Solo añade algo como

echo $post->relevance_score

a tu plantilla de resultados de búsqueda dentro de un bloque de código PHP para mostrar la puntuación de relevancia.

¿Querías decir? sugerencias

Relevanssi ofrece sugerencias al estilo de Google «¿Quisiste decir?» Consulta sugerencias «Quisiste decir» en la base de conocimiento para obtener más detalles.

What is tf * idf weighing?

Es el esquema de peso básico utilizado en la recuperación de información. Tf significa frecuencia de término, mientras que idf es frecuencia de documento invertida . La frecuencia del término es simplemente el número de veces que el término aparece en un documento, mientras que la frecuencia del documento es el número de documentos en la base de datos donde aparece el término.

Por lo tanto, el peso de la palabra para un documento aumenta cuanto más a menudo aparece en el documento y menos a menudo aparece en otros documentos.

¿Qué son las palabras irrelevantes?

Cada base de datos de documentos está llena de palabras inútiles. Todas las pequeñas palabras que aparecen en casi todos los documentos son completamente inútiles para fines de recuperación de información. Básicamente, su frecuencia de documento invertida es realmente baja, por lo que nunca tienen mucha potencia en la coincidencia. Además, eliminar esas palabras ayuda a reducir el índice y a buscar más rápido.

Reseñas

22 de septiembre de 2021
It greatly improves native WP search. Its easy to configure. And the support is excellent too!
25 de agosto de 2021
I really can't say enough good things about this developer and this plugin. I'm not really that technical—I have some basic skill, but I need a lot of help whenever more complex tech skills are needed. I've been working on the most complex and challenging WordPress site I've ever worked on, and this developer has consistently responded with helpful and on-point suggestions and information at every turn. This is a very powerful plugin, but even more importantly, the support and information is invaluable. Thank you so much.
19 de agosto de 2021
This plugin was exactly what I was looking for when trying to find a search tool that would allow "fuzzy" searching. I was able to search for SKUs with/without hyphens or spaces which is exactly what I needed. A big plus is that it queries the database extremely fast! I had a few follow up questions that I was unable to find in the support forums, so I ended up emailing Mikko. He was extremely helpful and got back to me fast! Thanks Mikko! 🙂
17 de agosto de 2021
Thanks for this great search plugin which embeds pleasantly into WordPress. And especially for the great, fast and above all patient support. Thanks Mikko
11 de agosto de 2021
Hi, Thanks for great and light search plugin. 1. Please think for future Visual Search (like Google Lens), 2. Draw, Paint search, 3. (1 and 2 and writeable) Search comparison. I think this plugin must offer more innovation and AI technologies to users. Thanks.
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Registro de cambios

4.13.3.1

  • Minor fix: The Bricks compatibility was broken. This version fixes it.

4.13.3

  • New feature: You can now add a post type dropdown to search forms with the [searchform] shortcode with the parameter ‘dropdown’ set to ‘post_type’.
  • New feature: Adds compatibility for Product GTIN (EAN, UPC, ISBN) for WooCommerce plugin.
  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_post_to_excerpt lets you filter the post object before an excerpt is created from it.
  • New feature: Relevanssi is now compatible with the Bricks page builder theme (requires Bricks 1.3.2).
  • Minor fix: The ″ character is now counted as a quote.
  • Minor fix: Running indexing through WP CLI doesn’t cause PHP notices anymore.
  • Minor fix: Sometimes the Did you mean would return really weird long suggestions from the search logs. That won’t happen anymore.
  • Minor fix: Improves tax_query handling in fringe cases with multiple AND clauses joined together with OR.
  • Minor fix: Oxygen compatibility has been improved. Rich text fields and updating posts when they are saved in Oxygen now work better, and revisions are no longer indexed.
  • Minor fix: Searching without a search term works much better now, you get more posts in the results (default value is up to 500).

4.13.2

  • New feature: Adds support for Avada Live Search.
  • New feature: Adds support for Fibo Search.
  • Minor fix: Elementor library searches are not broken anymore when Relevanssi is enabled in admin.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi now understands array-style post_type[] parameters.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi now automatically considers the Turkish ‘ı’ the same as ‘i’.

4.13.1

  • New feature: Adds compatibility for WP-Members plugin, preventing blocked posts from showing up in the search results.
  • New feature: New function relevanssi_get_attachment_suffix() can be used to return the attachment file suffix based on a post object or a post ID.
  • Minor fix: Improves the Oxygen compatibility. Now also the [oxygen] shortcode tags are removed.

4.13.0

  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_phrase filters each phrase before it’s used in the MySQL query.
  • New feature: Relevanssi can now add Google-style missing term lists to the search results. You can either use the %missing% tag in the search results breakdown settings, or you can create your own code: the missing terms are also in $post->missing_terms. Relevanssi Premium will also add «Must have» links when there’s just one missing term.
  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_missing_terms_tag controls which tag is used to wrap the missing terms.
  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_missing_terms_template can be used to filter the template used to display the missing terms.
  • New feature: New function relevanssi_get_post_meta_for_all_posts() can be used to fetch particular meta field for a number of posts with just one query.
  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_post_author lets you filter the post author display_name before it is indexed.
  • Changed behaviour: relevanssi_strip_tags() used to add spaces between HTML tags before stripping them. It no longer does that, but instead adds a space after specific list of tags (p, br, h1-h6, div, blockquote, hr, li, img) to avoid words being stuck to each other in excerpts.
  • Changed behaviour: Relevanssi now indexes the contents of Oxygen Builder PHP & HTML code blocks.
  • Changed behaviour: Relevanssi now handles synonyms inside phrases differently. If the new filter hook relevanssi_phrase_synonyms returns true (default value), synonyms create a new phrase (with synonym ‘dog=hound’, phrase "dog biscuits" becomes "dog biscuits" "hound biscuits"). If the value is false, synonyms inside phrases are ignored.
  • Minor fix: Warnings when creating excerpts with search terms that contain a slash were removed.
  • Minor fix: Better Ninja Tables compatibility to avoid problems with lightbox images.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi did not work well in the Media Library grid view. Relevanssi is now blocked there. If you need Relevanssi in Media Library searches, use the list view.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi excerpt creation didn’t work correctly when numerical search terms were used.

4.12.5

  • Changed behaviour: relevanssi_excerpt_custom_field_content now gets the post ID and list of custom field names as a parameter.
  • Minor fix: Makes sure Relevanssi options are not wiped when the free version is deleted while Premium is active.
  • Minor fix: Adds a trailing slash to the blog URL in Did you mean links.

4.12.4

  • New feature: New action hooks relevanssi_pre_the_content and relevanssi_post_the_content fire before and after Relevanssi applies the_content filter to the post excerpts. Some Relevanssi default behaviour has been moved to these hooks so it can be modified.
  • Changed behaviour: The relevanssi_do_not_index gets the post object as a third parameter.
  • Minor fix: Remove errors from relevanssi_strip_all_tags() getting a null parameter.

4.12.3

  • Major fix: Post type weights did not work; improving the caching had broken them.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi works better with soft hyphens now, removing them in indexing and excerpt-building.
  • Minor fix: Stops indexing error messages in WPML.

4.12.2

  • Major fix: Stops more problems with ACF custom field indexing.
  • Major fix: Fixes a bug in search result caching that caused Relevanssi to make lots of unnecessary database queries.

4.12.1

  • Major fix: Stops TypeError crashes from null custom field indexing.

4.12.0

  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_phrase_queries can be used to add phrase matching queries to support more content types.
  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_excerpt_gap lets you adjust the first line of excerpt optimization.
  • Changed behaviour: The relevanssi_admin_search_element filter hook now gets the post object as the second parameter, rendering the filter hook more useful.
  • Changed behaviour: Relevanssi now automatically optimizes excerpt creation in long posts. You can still use relevanssi_optimize_excerpts for further optimization, but it’s probably not necessary.
  • Changed behaviour: The relevanssi_tag_before_tokenize filter hook parameters were changed in order to be actually useful and to match what the filter hook is supposed to do.
  • Minor fix: In some cases Relevanssi wouldn’t highlight the last word of the title. This is more reliable now.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi will now add the highlight parameter only to search results, and not to other links on the search results page.
  • Minor fix: Improved fringe cases in nested taxonomy queries.
  • Minor fix: Taxonomy terms in WPML were not indexed correctly. Instead of the post language, the current language was used, so if your admin dashboard is in English, German posts would get English translations of the terms, not German. This is now fixed.
  • Minor fix: Excerpt creation is now faster when multiple excerpts are not used.
  • Minor fix: The SEO plugin noindex setting did not actually work. That has been fixed now.

4.11.1

  • Major fix: The type hinting introduced for some functions turned out to be too strict, causing fatal errors. The type hinting has been relaxed (using nullable types would help, but that’s a PHP 7.4 feature, and we don’t want that).

4.11.0

  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_rendered_block filters Gutenberg block content after the block has been rendered with render_block().
  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_log_query can be used to filter the search query before it’s logged. This can be used to log instead the query that includes synonyms (available as a parameter to the filter hook).
  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_add_all_results can be used to make Relevanssi add a list of all result IDs found to $query->relevanssi_all_results. Just make this hook return true.
  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_acceptable_hooks can be used to adjust where in WP admin the Relevanssi admin javascripts are enqueued.
  • New feature: Support for All-in-One SEO. Posts marked as ‘Robots No Index’ are not indexed by Relevanssi.
  • New feature: New setting in advanced indexing settings to control whether Relevanssi respects the SEO plugin ‘noindex’ setting or not.
  • Changed behaviour: Type hinting has been added to Relevanssi functions, which may cause errors if the filter functions are sloppy with data types.
  • Changed behaviour: relevanssi_the_title() now supports the same parameters as the_title(), so you can just replace the_title() with it and keep everything else the same. The old behaviour is still supported.
  • Changed behaviour: Relevanssi no longer logs queries with the added synonyms. You can use the relevanssi_log_query filter hook to return to the previous behaviour of logging the synonyms too. Thanks to Jan Willem Oostendorp.
  • Changed behaviour: When using ACF and custom fields indexing set to ‘all’, Relevanssi will no longer index the meta fields (where the content begins with field_).
  • Minor fix: The Oxygen compatibility made it impossible to index other custom fields than the Oxygen ct_builder_shortcodes. This has been improved now.
  • Minor fix: Old legacy scripts that caused Javascript warnings on admin pages have been removed.
  • Minor fix: In some cases, having less than or greater than symbols in PDF content would block that PDF content from being indexed.

4.10.2

  • New feature: You can force Relevanssi to be active by setting the query variable relevanssi to true. Thanks to Jan Willem Oostendorp.
  • Changed behaviour: Relevanssi has been moved from the_posts filter to posts_pre_query. This change doesn’t do much, but increases performance slightly as WordPress needs to do less useless work, as now the default query is no longer run. Thanks to Jan Willem Oostendorp.
  • Minor fix: Highlighting didn’t work properly when highlighting something immediately following a HTML tag.
  • Minor fix: You can no longer set the value of minimum word length to less than 1 or higher than 9 from the settings page.
  • Minor fix: Importing options broke synonym and stopword settings.
  • Minor fix: Improves the Rank Math SEO compatibility to avoid errors in plugin activation.
  • Minor fix: WPML search results that included non-post results caused fatal errors and crashes. This fixes the crashing and makes non-post results work better in both WPML and Polylang.

4.10.1

  • Major fix: The multilingual stopwords and synonyms were used based on the global language. Now when indexing posts, the post language is used instead of the global language.

4.10.0

  • New feature: Relevanssi now supports multilingual synonyms and stopwords. Relevanssi now has a different set of synonyms and stopwords for each language. This feature is compatible with WPML and Polylang.
  • New feature: SEO by Rank Math compatibility is added: posts marked as ‘noindex’ with Rank Math are not indexed by Relevanssi.
  • Minor fix: With keyword matching set to ‘whole words’ and the ‘expand highlights’ disabled, words that ended with an ‘s’ weren’t highlighted correctly.
  • Minor fix: The ‘Post exclusion’ setting didn’t work correctly. It has been fixed.
  • Minor fix: It’s now impossible to set negative weights in searching settings. They did not work as expected anyway.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi had an unnecessary index on the doc column in the wp_relevanssi database table. It is now removed to save space. Thanks to Matthew Wang.
  • Minor fix: Improved Oxygen Builder support makes sure ct_builder_shortcodes custom field is always indexed.