I'm using the Wordpress plugin, version 1.1.24, but I'm not seeing the updated Control Panel ( https://docs.sitesearch360.com/whats-new-in-the-new-site-search-360-control-panel ). Is this an issue with the Wordpress plugin?
Is there a release date for the Wordpress plugin update? I have some unhappy stakeholders as I can't pin search results for All Results. Thanks.
I'm readybutton where you can switch your live account to the new environment.
Switch My Account to This New Interface Nowbutton will move your live account to this interface (even though you're logged in with your test account)
cmcmainstage.wpengine.com) to the new control panel. So you just need to go to the page, click the
Switch My Account to This New Interface Nowbutton and confirm you want to switch, and
cmcmainstage.wpengine.comwill be transferred.
Hi @quadland_gitlab - sorry for the delay, got distracted and forgot to get back to you after reading the first message. Enabling suggestions in the layover isn't curently possible (I see that this would make sense with the layover trigger, but otherwise you're the first one asking about this).
subConfig really wouldn't be the best way to achieve this, because the layover and fullscreen cannot co-exist in a single instance. But recently we've started supporting multiple instances of the plugin. So basically you'd have a second configuration object. There are two options how to set this up - either you make the
ss360Config an array of objects (each being basically a single
ss360Config, you can use an
alias property to name the instance - if you need to call one of the plugin's methods), or you could use an
ss360Configs object which is pretty similar, but is a map of instance names to configuration objects.
I hope this makes sense and is at least a little helpful. We don't have any docs on the multiple instances just yet, but you can check the https://docs.sitesearch360.com/embedding example in dev tools -
ss360Configs would be the relevant configuration objects to look for.
Hi @JVankat , I'm trying to prevent some archived content to show in the search results. I have them set as noindex, noarchive, nofollow, but they still show up.
I then tried adding the following in the NoIndex Xpaths in the crawler settings:
and when that didn't work, I tried with an ID insead:
But the pages keep showing in the result pages. Here is are examples of such a pages:
https://cotesaintluc.org/announcements/parkhaven-pool-and-wading-pools-june-22/ (this one seems to have been removed from the results for now)
So I'm guessing I am misunderstanding something. Can you help? Thanks!
//p[contains(@class, 'archive_notice')](otherwise we'd expect the full class name to match the
archive_noticestring). Manually re-indexing the first link did remove it from the index, meaning the xpaths seem to be set up correctly. I've started another re-index for your site, can you please double-check the index and confirm the archived pages aren't indexed anymore?
<meta name="robots" content="...">tags in the dom, and we only process the first one. https://snipboard.io/FSsTj9.jpg
@JVankat our index hasn't updated since the 12th July, and I can't seem to individually index a URL such as https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/environment/