This plugin is NOT a simple drop-in, it is expected you have some understanding of what an ElasticSearch server is and how it works. The goals/features of this plugin are:
- Replace default wordpress search functionality with that of an ElasticSearch server.
- Ability to specify what data points should be indexed and what the relevancy of those points are.
- Fall back to default wordpress search if ElasticSearch server is not responsive.
- Update ElasticSearch server when posts are removed/added/unpublished.
- Provide a faceting API for building your own custom searches
Please submit bugs or contributions to the github location and not on wordpress’ system:
API/filter/faceting documentation can be found on the wiki:
- Upload plugin folder to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Click the ‘ElasticSearch’ menu item and follow the instructions on each section to configure the plugin. (be sure to save on each section)
- Select “Enable” on “Server Settings” when you are ready for it to go live.
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- support for secondary index to prevent wiping production data live
- allow custom facets to be filtered when searching
- allow child taxonomies to be faceted when on taxonomy page
- allow or faceting to filter counts on unrelated facets for a more intuitive interface
- bug fix
- Support for using facet API when providing custom data
- Control whether parent categories are included when indexed
- Additional filters
- Exact matches in title, etc will rank higher now in results
- post_type should not be analyzed
- Fixed bugs in admin
- Tested against WordPress 4.5.1
- Upgrade Elastica to latest api, this plugin now requires ElasticSearch 2.x
- Updated to latest composer
- Better OR behavior when faceting is involved
- Expanded widget options to allow for AJAX based faceting. See github wiki for help on using this.
- Fixed bug where hooks weren’t working on category pages when permalinks are on
- Removed dependency on purl due to memory leak
- Added filters so devs can hook into NHP options (thanks to nielo)
- Expanded ES integration to taxonomy, tag, and custom post archives
- More strict fixes (thanks to markoheijnen and michaelsauter)
- Support for indexing meta fields (thanks to schorsch)
- Ability to facet on post_type
- Improved searching results (assumes English language, need to expand this in future)
- Tested against WordPress 4.0
- Tested against ElasticSearch 1.3 (Make sure you test before upgrading, in theory, old versions should work just fine)
- Fix broken category integration
- Added some error messages if user has bad config or changed taxonomy
- Category pages now sort by date whereas search is by relevance
- Support for exact phrases in search, ie: “search these words exactly”
- Support for boolean and fuzzy search syntax “term1 AND term2”, “howdoyaspellthis~ words i can spell”
- Support multiple category syntax on wordpress (?cat=2,3) (thanks markoheijnen)
- Remove HTML from post_content so tags and metadata don’t influence search results (thanks michaelsauter)
- Created simple widgets for showing faceting options on search/category
- Fixed bug where facets weren’t filtering based on currently viewed category
- Searching now will search taxonomy names instead of slugs (faceting still uses slugs)
- Fixed bug where post with an id = 1 would show when no results were returned from ElasticSearch (thanks michaelsauter)
- Preventing more notices (thanks michaelsauter)
- WARNING: This is a major release, any custom work (API, faceting) may not work. If you have not customized, you should have a flawless upgrade. Please test in a development environment first and report any problems.
- Large cleanup effort
- Unit tests to adhere to STRICT 5.3, 5.4, 5.5 compatability
- Integeration tests to ensure intended behavior with ElasticSearch 0.20.6 and 0.90.2
- Continuous integration setup with travis-ci
- Developer documentation for faceting and extending
- Allow plugin to work if downloaded from github or wordpress (images weren’t showing up in admin)
- Bug fixes as result of merge
- Better coding practices (PHP strict support, etc) by both eedeebee and deltamualpha
- Fixes for certain types of wordpress/server configurations
- Fix if ranges aren’t defined but marked as numeric
- Faceting API to make URL management and customer interfaces easier
- New field mapping page to allow for custom field settings (currently only for setting up ranges)
- Bug fix from merge
- Merged pull requests that added more hooks/filters (thanks to turcottedanny)
- Fixed search query not showing in title (thanks to eleshar for finding)
- Removed NHP warning (thanks to EkAndreas)
- Fixed issue with plugin indexing post types that weren’t selected
- Fixed bug that caused search to show invalid results due to wordpress filtering on top of elastic search resutls.
- Fixed bug that would only search content with a specific type (php scope creep).
- Ability to specify which categories should be enabled
- Fixed class load problem due to case sensitivity
- Removed duplicate enable setting
- Uses AJAX calls to index all documents to get around server execution timeout
- Support for using ElasticSearch on category page
- Faceting documentation
- Show more post types in admin
- Only index published posts, need to test other status behavior (like future)
- Support for boolean faceting (and/or)
- Possible fix for reported class not found problem
- Ignore connection failure during validation
- Fixed bug, forgot to convert Api to use defaults
- Initial release