Here you can find the most frequently asked questions about Ajax Search Pro.
Use the search bar on the top left corner of the screen or your browser search (press F3) too look for a question.
Yes, the search is template independent.
Yes, you can create as many different boxes as you want.
Yes you can, see the Search in custom post types section
Yes, it is possible.
Yes, indexing and searching Text, PDF, RTF, CSV, Office docx, Excel and Powerpoint file contents is possible. More information in Attachment content search section.
No, unfortunately that is not possible.
Yes you can. The plugin is also a fully funtional simple search engine.
Yes, it is possible. More information in Search results page override section.
Yes, the plugin is language independent.
Yes, it is fully compatible with WPML, Polylang and QTranslateX plugins.
Once you buy the product, it’s yours for life with free updates, documentation and 6 months of support (re-newable, see envato’s item support policy for more information).
Yes, of course, the plugin is supported. If you haven’t found resolution in this documentation or in the knowledge base, you can open a support ticket and I will assist you with the problem.
Yes the plugin supports searching for post categories and tags.
Yes, you can select which taxonomy terms you would like to search for.
Yes, the plugin supports that. It can look through every taxonomy term related to any post type - post tags, post categories, product tags, product categories, forum tags etc...
As of plugin version 4.5, yes you can. It requires to generate an index table to index every shortcode content.
Yes, if you search through the Ajax Search Pro input box and the override is activated, the same results will appear on the default results page.
Yes, it is compatible with WooCommerce.
Yes, it will.