on 05-13-201707:20 PM - last edited on 05-14-201707:52 AM by Adam
Once we are logged in to a password protected page, we should be able to search those pages. Currently passorded pages are not indexed!! The search bar on a passworded page should access a password protected index!!
Many of our pages cannot be searched at this point! Yikes!
on 02-08-201701:38 PM - last edited on 02-08-201702:28 PM by Adam
I went with pro for both the search bar and password protection functionalities. I was quite disappointed to find that haveing a password protected site "breaks" the search bar function, as it only indexes puclic pages.
For anyone hoping to using Weebly to make an internal site or business intranet, they lose the option of a search bar - which is a basic, much needed tool. Please address.
on 03-06-201702:06 PM - last edited on 03-06-201702:13 PM by Adam
Hello Weebly Engineers, please consider adding an Option to Hide Pages inside Website Internal Search Engine and have the hidden pages "Still Available" to be searched on External Search Engines like Google, Etc. for SEO purposes.
on 03-02-201711:47 AM - last edited on 03-02-201701:57 PM by Adam
As a Genealogy Society, we use Scribd to display many (>100) documents. To preserve copyright protection, we exclusively upload password protected PDFs that restrict printing, editing, copy& paste, etc.
Some are large unwieldy indexes with up to 10,000 names making it important to have a search utility capable of finding a "needle in the haystack."
The our search difficulties are two-fold:
On our Weebly hosted site, a browser's Find function (CTRL+F) only searches the visible portion of a Scribd file within the Scribd frame (typically 1 page of several dozen pages of a scrollable document), and
If users click Scribd's "enlarge" button and go to full screen at the Scribd host site, their search function is less functional: even names visible in the first page of a PDF document are "not found" by Scribd's search utility.
I looked at the alternative app "File Embed" but at $9.99/month, this would double our non-profit's web budget.
on 02-02-201702:28 PM - last edited on 02-05-201709:19 AM by Adam
I noticed there have been some filters added to the search, which is helpful, but I would prefer to have the filters on my product pages instead of the full category display. And be able to set which filters to use, so I can allow my customers to filter to categories instead of having them all out there.
I would also love if each product had an option to add keywords that are searchable, so for example if someone searches "eyeshadow" or "eye shadow" the same products will show up despite what our formal product name is, without creating two separate categories of "eyeshadow" and "eye shadow" which would be super confusing because we can't hide categories. Does that make sense?
on 06-10-201706:52 PM - last edited on 06-11-201706:54 AM by Adam
I'm a member of the Dubai Natural History Group (dnhg.org) who produces a monthly newsletter with articles about different flora and fauna found in the UAE, which is then uploaded to our weebly website as .pdf documents. http://www.dnhg.org/newsletter.html
Having the newsletters online is a great resource for our members, but there is no way to tell what is in each newsletter/.pdf without manually typing and maintaining an index.
Would it be possible to get a 'search function' that will search the 'content' of the newsletters/ .pdfs?
For example; if you wanted to see all the articles on 'cuttlefish' you can type the word 'cuttlefish' in a search box and it will bring up all the newsletters that have that word.
At the moment I am doing this search in google. By googling 'dnhg gazelle cuttlefish pdf' - but it doesn't display all the newsletters.
on 02-21-201709:00 AM - last edited on 02-21-201712:34 PM by Adam
I would like to be able to change the font for the wording entered into a search box. Currently, it looks heavy and doesn't match the font on my site.
Additionally, I would like the option to remove the coloured squares that appear in the left hand filter - I wouldnt mind but the colours seem to repeat themselves and it doesnt look very professional.
I have captions on my photos. When I search a specific caption (many of them are similar) it only returns the first photo with that caption. I want it to return all of them. I really want it to restrict the photos that show to just the ones that pertain to that caption. So for instance. The website is djangoleased.com. When I go to 2br+ I want to search 3br and only the 3br photos pop up. Is this doable?
on 01-16-201703:01 AM - last edited on 01-16-201709:39 AM by Adam
I wish Weebly had a custom Search function/custom scripting feature.
I understand a Weebly website owner has the ability to assign a custom developer for work on my site. But i'm told this has limitations.
Is the weebly platform able to house a ‘proper and complex’ search function? (travel location related/theme). To be able to perform search functions whereby a name pre-populates as the user types in the word. (popular on so many travel sites these days)
Lets use the Travel industry, as an example. So, basically when you type in word of a destination, then a script will pop down on the suggestive words including in the site. The word automatically 'pops up'/
Please take the time to read through this question properly as I would love this as a major feature on my site with hundreds of pages.
on 01-13-201707:23 AM - last edited on 01-15-201709:06 AM by Adam
My theme has a light color font so the search engine results default to that theme. I've tried changing the link font color in the settings but the search results still default to the original light color. I would like to be able to control that in the app. Thanks!
on 12-08-201609:07 AM - last edited on 12-08-201609:20 AM by Adam
It's a rather standard practice for website search to be full site indexing as a default method. I noticed your search function only index public pages but excludes those protected by the site password or membership.
It is a small fix from a development perspective. But it brings you on par.
It also doesn't break anything else. protected pages will always require login anyway.