Search is always a key topic for clients. This section will help you to understand what options are available to you and how you can implement search within an Episerver website.
Our client presented us with a requirement to improve the search on their website; specifically they wanted predictive search and a 'did you mean' feature in their main site search. After some initial investigation, I ruled out trying to develop a c[...]
On a recent project, we were migrating an old system that was built on a platform called Django into Episerver. As part of the migration, a lot of the old systems admin pages were converted into Episerver as custom metadata pages, some rough example[...]
Episerver provides a pretty cool and flexible search, however, it is not installed by default. This guide will talk you through the basics of installing the search and troubleshooting any issues you may encounter.
Enabling The Search By Default
Searching is one of the major factors of building a website. When you build an Episerver website you have a few options available to you.
Episerver Find: Find is probably the most advanced and feature-rich search tool for you, however, it is ex[...]
Picking the correct search provider for your project can be an arduous task. Episerver comes bundled with a 'basic search' out the box, but, depending on your requirements this can be too limiting. Episerver also has a third-party search add-on that [...]
Recently, I needed to get a client's website up and running on my local PC, the gotcha... it uses Vulcan search, which is a third-party search plug-in, which I've never used before. In today's guide, I'm going to cover the errors and the steps I fol[...]