SearchWP Term Synonyms
An excellent way to tweak your search results is to capitalize on Stopwords and Synonyms in SearchWP.
Stopwords are common words that offer little function in the context of search. They are disregarded both when the indexer runs and when searches are executed. Neglecting Stopwords improves the total search experience.
If you’re discovering some, No Results Searches in your Data (or otherwise know of some applicable industry lingo), you can establish Basic synonyms to offer anticipated outcomes to your visitors ideally.
Stopwords are neglected to improve the relevance as well as the rate of search engine results. A default listing of Stopwords exists upon instalment of SearchWP, but you can tailor it by adding or removing any sort of Stopwords to fit your function better.
Making use of the Activity menu, you can instantly manipulate your Stopwords thus:
SearchWP will assess its index to find one of the most common words and allow you to choose which should be thought about by Stopwords.
For long, personalized lists, you can swiftly alphabetize your Stopwords.
Recover the default listing of Stopwords used at the time of instalment.
Removes all Stopwords either to start fresh or disable the performance.
Synonyms are a compelling feature of SearchWP. Capitalizing on Basic synonyms based upon an evaluation of your Stats is advised before a covering option, such as making it possible for partial suits. Using Synonyms allows you to ensure the alternatives take place, whereas partial suits can cause unexpected pairings.
Note: Synonyms can be sorted by drag and drop.
The Search Term(s) column consists of the search terms for every basic Synonym. These are words that your visitors are searching for.
The Basic synonym(s) column contains the Synonym (s) for those search terms. These are the words that remain in your website content.
If the Replace checkbox is ticked, the Search Term(s) will be replaced by the Synonym (s); if that checkbox is not ticked, the Search Term(s) are left in place.
You can include partial matching logic to Synonym Search Term(s) by adding a wildcard personality * to manage partial matching.