Tipue Search only needs a browser that supports jQuery.
tipuesearch_set.jsand also set as arguments in the
Word replace is designed to replace frequently misspelled searches on your site. These are held in
You can bump the search weighting for each page in the
tipuesearch_weight object, with plus and minus values allowed. The
url value must be the same as the
url value in Static mode, and the
tipuesearch_pages value in Live mode.
tipuesearch_stemobject allows the use of synonyms as well as the more traditional word stemming. If the word is found in the search query, the stem is silently added to the search.
You can show related searches in the The
tipuesearch_related object. These are search terms related to the search query. There are optional properties for
after, these show text before and after the related search but are not included in the search.
Last but not least,
tipuesearch_set.js contains a list of internal strings for multilingual support.
The location for the JSON file if using JSON mode. The default is 'tipuesearch/tipuesearch_content.json'.
The number of characters displayed before the search term in context, if showContext is true. The default is 60.
The minimum number of characters displayed if showContext is true. The default is 60.
The starting position in the descriptive text before the search term is shown in context, if showContext is true. The default is 90 characters.
The score for each search result is displayed if set to true. The default is false.
The number of words displayed in the descriptive text in the search search. The default is 25.
Search terms are highlighted if set to true. The default is true.
In Live mode, the element containing the content to be searched. The default is '*'.
In Live mode, the element containing the descriptive text. The default is '*'.
The minimum length of characters in a search query. The default is 3.
The mode for loading content. The value can be 'static', 'live' or 'json'. The default is 'static'.
The search result opens in a new browser tab if set to true. The default is false.
The number of results displayed. The default is 9.
The search term is shown in context in the descriptive text if set to true. The default is true.
The time taken for the search to complete is displayed in tenths of a second. The default is true.
The number of search results is displayed in the document title if set to true. The default is true.
The URL is displayed in each search result if set to true. The default is true.
Searches for whole words if set to true. The default is true.
wholeWords is English language only. If you're using a language other than English,
wholeWords should be set to false.