Improves WordPress search using Amazon Cloudsearch.
|Author:||Voce Platforms (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.4.2|
|WordPress version tested:||4.0.10|
|Added to WordPress repository:||20-11-2012|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||3 576|
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Lift Setup Step 2 - Set Search Domain Name
Lift Status Dashboard
Lift Search Form
Lift Setup Step 1 - Set Amazon Credentials
What are the requirements to use this plugin?
- WordPress Version 3.4.2
- PHP Version 5.3
- Amazon Web Services account with CloudSearch enabled
Does Lift support WordPress multisite?
Multisite is supported with each site in the network having it’s own search
domain. Due to this, searching across sites in a network is not supported, however,
may be added at a later date if there is interest.
How much does Lift cost?
There is no charge for the plugin. The only charges you incur are for usage of
Amazon CloudSearch. You can learn more about expected costs at Amazon’s
Does Lift support languages other than English?
Currently, Amazon CloudSearch only supports indexing documents in English. Once
other languages are supported, Lift will be updated. Also, a future update will
add li8n support for the setup and status pages.
How do I set up Google Analytics to track searches?
Since Lift hooks in to the standard WordPress search, if you are already tracking
searches through Google Analytics you don’t need to do anything. If you would
like to know how to do this, see the Google Analytics docs.
The Query Parameter to enter (step #8) is “s”.
What index fields are used when Lift configures a new search domain?
The index fields are set as follows:
Field Type Facet Result Search
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blog_id uint Yes (default) Yes Yes (default)
site_id uint Yes (default) Yes Yes (default)
id uint Yes (default) No Yes (default)
post_author uint Yes (default) No Yes (default)
post_author_name text No Yes Yes (default)
taxonomy_category_id literal Yes No No
taxonomy_category_label text No No Yes (default)
post_content text No No Yes (default)
post_date_gmt uint Yes (default) No Yes (default)
post_status literal Yes No No
post_title text No Yes Yes (default)
post_type literal Yes No Yes
taxonomy_post_tag_id literal Yes No No
taxonomy_post_tag_label text No No Yes (default)
Which post types are indexed by default? How do I modify which post types are indexed?
By default, posts and pages are indexed. To modify this, use the
lift_indexed_post_types filter which is an array of post types to index.