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I am running mint 2.03 and local searches 2.01. Mint is not picking up any searches from within the wordpress blog. I have local searches set up as follows: Path= /blog/ Query= s
Here’s what apache sees when a search is run… “GET /blog/index.php?s=desihits HTTP/1.1” 200 12660
Seems like it is set up right, but clearly mint is not picking this up - could this be because of the way wordpress uses index.php to run the search?
If you want to use the Local Search Pepper [with WordPress], it should be fairly easy to set up. Go to Preferences > Local Search and just add
/ to the first input and
s to the second, and then click Done.
thanks guys - Shaun - I see your “mint” search in local searches now. I do have “ignore my visits” checked but I had a 3rd party on a different network test the searches yesterday against local search 2.0 and got no hits. upgraded to 2.01 last night and it’s looking better. Still seeing some inconsistency, but I’ll keep an eye on it.
Thx for the help and prompt response (again!)
mmh, it’s not working well for me. at least not full working. Eg.: search no. 1 for “css” : partially shows up. search no. 2 dor “design” : not showing up search no. 3 for “luft” : now “design” shows up but not “luft” as keyword. “luft” only as underline.
I don’t know what’s going wrong. any ideas?
I think what’s happening is that because the referrer was another search result page the search term in the referrer is overriding the search term in the current url. That’s definitely a bug but not specific to Wordpress. I’ll try to pick it off quickly. Nice screenshot btw.
I’m having the same problem with Local Searches 2.02 on Mint 2.14 and Wordpress 2.2.
My blog is in the /m/ directory, and search reroutes to the /m/index.php?s=searchterm. I set Path=/ and Query=s, as described by the comments above. It is not mapping search terms for me. (I also tried Path=/m/, to no avail.)