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Advanced search 3.1

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Compatible XF 2.x versions
  1. 2.0
  2. 2.1
  3. 2.2
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Description:

Allows searching posts and thread titles using exact text.

(Example of Advanced search links)

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(Example of Advanced search page)

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(Example of Advanced search results page)

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(Example of Options page)

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(Example of User group permissions)

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Features:
  • Search by Thread titles or Post content.
  • Exact text searching. Case insensitive. Accent insensitive.
  • All phrases start with advancedsearch_ for your convenience.
Setup:

User group permissions, typically you set Yes to the following:

Registered
Unregistered / Unconfirmed

Questions and Answers:

Q: Will search text be found in private forums?
A: Only if viewer has view privilege for that forum.

Q: Will search text be found in soft deleted posts?
A: No.

Q: Can I enter any search text including parenthesis, quotes, slashes and similar text?
A: Yes.

Q: Can I enter partial words?
A: Yes.

Q: Does this add-on require Enhanced Search?
A: No.
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AndyB
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  1. See description

    Advanced search v3.1 changes: The search results snippet is now a little darker.
  2. See description

    Advanced search v3.0 changes: Remove no longer used template code and phrases.
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    Advanced search v2.9 changes: Added pagination to results. Added "replace default search" to...

Latest reviews

With this addon your users will easily get a lot more results for a lot more searches. Make them aware of it and you'll get a less questions about why such-and-such doesn't show up when they search, even though they know it's on your site.
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