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|Compatibility:||EE2, EE3, EE4, EE5|
|Latest release:||6.2.1 (released 2020-06-16)|
|Licensing:||Commercial License Agreement|
|License key||Enter your purchased license key here.|
|Encode query||Set to No to use GET variables instead of an encoded query in the URI for the search results page. Read more about encoded queries vs. GET variables. Defaults to Yes.|
|Default result page||
If a result page is not explicitly given, Low Search will fall back to this page.
You can optionally use
|Search Log size||
Searches are logged in the Low Search Log. You can set the maximum amount of recent searches to log.
|Collection batch size||Building a search collection index or lexicon can be strenuous for your web server. To alleviate the load, you can set a batch size. Indexes will be built in batches of this size. Defaults to 100.|
The maximum amount of words to display in the search excerpt. Set to
|Filters||All Filters that are available. All filters are enabled by default. You can optionally disable unused filters.|
Encoded queries vs. GET variables
Not all ExpressionEngine installations let you use GET variables. That’s why Low Search uses an encoded and URI-safe segment to pass on a search query to the results page. An encoded query looks something like this:
The same query with GET variables would look like this:
Using GET variables is not possible if the
uri_protocol config setting is set
QUERY_STRING. It can also cause unexpected behaviour if you’re using the
(the question mark) in your .htaccess file when hiding index.php. If you cannot, use the encoded query instead, as this will always work.
Note: When using GET variables, make sure Dynamic Channel Query Caching is turned off.
Keywords filter settings
The following settings apply specifically to the Keywords filter.
Choose a tag which is used to highlight keywords in the search excerpt. Options are
|Minimum word length||
|Stop words||By default, MySQL keeps a list of stop words, which are ignored in the Full Text index. An alternative search method is triggered when the search query contains one or more of these words. Do not alter unless you have customised your MySQL installation.|
|Ignore words||A list of words that will be removed from the given keywords so as not to trigger the alternative search method. These ignore words will only be stripped from the keywords for non-exact searches. Additionally, these words will not be added to the lexicon.|
Per member group, you can define a set of permissions: whether the members in that group can manage collections, manage the lexicon, manage shortcuts, can use the Find & Replace utility, can view the search log or can view the replace log.