Discussion in 'XenForo Questions and Support' started by infis, Oct 6, 2011.
It is possible?
The only criteria is what you see on the search form:
What exception did you have in mind?
I want search for example "history" and in search result I don't want see threads with word "like". How I can do it?
In Google search I can type "history -like". Where "-like" - exception word "like".
Oh that. The same syntax works in XenForo.
For example, I was able to find my previous post with this search string:
But not with this search string:
The "-" operator is a NOT.
1. I want search "history" without "like" (first variant)
2. I want search "history" without "like" (second variant)
3. I want search "history" and "like"
1 and 3 - some result.
Hmm. I can confirm some unexpected behavior there. I need to look at this closer. Will report back.
The word "like" is being ignored in the search due to it being common.
Try with different words which are accepted.
Thank you! But it isn't correct. May be it can be necessary to declare it a bug?
Separate names with a comma.