Navigation Menu

Navigation Menu The Site Search Navigation Menu is where you create new Site Search Apps and navigate to the screens of the Site Search experience. It is normally collapsed to

Getting Started

Getting Started with Site Search Welcome to SearchStax Site Search. SearchStax Site Search is a game changer that makes it quicker, easier, and less expensive for companies to deliver relevant

Basic Relevance

Basic Relevance Site Search > Relevance > Basic Relevance The Site Search Basic Relevance screen contains four tabs that let the Business User influence incoming queries by applying stopwords, synonyms,

Results Configuration

Results Configuration Site Search > Search Configuration > Results Configuration The Results Configuration screen helps you arrange the information that will appear on your website search screen. Results and Display

• Results and Display Tab

Results and Display Tab Site Search > Search Experience > Results Configuration > Results and Display Tab The Results and Display Tab of Site Search’s Results Configuration screen picks up

• Faceting Tab

Faceting Tab Site Search > Search Experience > Results Configuration > Faceting Tab “Facets” are the lists of field values that appear on your application’s search page. The lists are

• Stopwords Tab

ŸŸStopwords Tab Site Search > Relevance > Basic Relevance > Stopwords Tab Stopwords are terms that degrade the keyword search, such as “and,” “the,” “of,” and so forth. There is

• Synonyms Tab

Synonyms Tab Site Search > Relevance > Basic Relevance > Synonyms Tab The Synonyms Tab of Site Search’s Basic Relevance screen lets the Business User edit the list of keyword

• Spell Check Tab

Spell Check Tab Site Search > Relevance > Basic Relevance > Spell Check Tab The Spell Check Tab of Site Search’s Basic Relevance screen lets us take a search keyword

• Auto-Suggest Tab

Auto-Suggest Tab Site Search > Relevance > Basic Relevance > Auto-Suggest Tab The Auto-Suggest Tab of Site Search’s Basic Relevance screen enables real-time suggestions while the search user types in