Relevanssi – A Better Search

Description

Relevanssi remplace la recherche standard de WordPress par un meilleur moteur de recherche avec beaucoup de fonctionnalités et d’options configurables. Vous obtenez de meilleurs résultats, une meilleure présentation des résultats – vos utilisateurs vous remercieront.

This is the free version of Relevanssi. There’s also Relevanssi Premium, which has added features. For more information about Premium, see Relevanssi.com.

Do note that using Relevanssi may require large amounts (hundreds of megabytes) of database space (for a reasonable estimate, multiply the size of your wp_posts database table by three). If your hosting setup has a limited amount of space for database tables, using Relevanssi may cause problems. In those cases use of Relevanssi cannot be recommended.

Fonctionnalités clés

  • Les résultats de recherche sont triés par pertinence, non par date.
  • Correspondances floues : recherche les concordances partielles si le mot complet ne retourne aucune correspondance.
  • Trouvez des documents qui correspondent soit juste à un seul terme de recherche (requête OU) ou exigez que tous les mots apparaissent (requête ET).
  • Recherchez les phrases avec guillemets, par exemple « phrase de recherche ».
  • Créez des extraits personnalisés qui affichent où l’occurrence a été réalisée, avec les termes de recherche mis en évidence.
  • Mettez en évidence les termes de la recherche dans les documents quand l’utilisateur clique sur les résultats de la recherche.
  • Recherchez parmi les commentaires, les étiquettes, les catégories et les champs personnalisés.
  • Compatible multisite.
  • Prise en charge de bbPress.
  • Compatible Gutenberg.

Fonctionnalités avancées

  • Ajustez les poids pour les titres, étiquettes et commentaires.
  • Journalisez les requêtes, affichez les requêtes les plus populaires et les requêtes récentes sans occurrences.
  • Limitez les recherches aux catégories et étiquettes en utilisant une variable cachée ou les réglages de l’extension.
  • Indexez les types de contenus personnalisés et les taxonomies personnalisées.
  • Indexez le contenu des codes courts.
  • Suggestions « Vouliez-vous dire ? » dans le style de Google, basées sur des recherches réussies d’utilisateurs.
  • Support for WPML multi-language plugin and Polylang.
  • Support for s2member membership plugin, Members, Groups, Simple Membership and other membership plugins.
  • Advanced filtering to help hacking the search results the way you want.
  • Search result throttling to improve performance on large databases.
  • Disable indexing of post content and post titles with a simple filter hook.

Fonctionnalités premium (uniquement dans Relevanssi Premium)

  • Indexing attachment content (PDF, Office, Open Office).
  • Amélioration de la correction orthographique dans les suggestions « Vouliez-vous dire ? »
  • Recherche sur plusieurs sites de la même installation multisite.
  • Recherchez et indexez les profils d’utilisateurs.
  • Recherchez et indexez les pages de termes de taxonomie (catégories, étiquettes, taxonomies personnalisées).
  • Recherchez et indexez des colonnes arbitraires dans la table MySQL wp_posts.
  • Assignez des poids à tous types de contenus et taxonomies.
  • Assignez un poids supplémentaire aux nouveaux articles.
  • Laissez l’utilisateur choisir entre les recherches avec ET ou OU, utiliser l’opérateur + et – (ET et NON).
  • Exporter et importer les réglages..
  • Commandes WP CLI.
  • Publications similaires.
  • Redirections pour les recherches.

Relevanssi sur Facebook

You can find Relevanssi sur Facebook.

Merci

  • Cristian Damm for tag indexing, comment indexing, post/page exclusion and general helpfulness.
  • Marcus Dalgren for UTF-8 fixing.
  • Warren Tape for 2.5.5 fixes.
  • Mohib Ebrahim for relentless bug hunting.
  • John Calahan for extensive 4.0 beta testing.

Captures d’écran

  • Page Vue d’ensemble
  • Réglages de l’indexation
  • Réglages de la recherche
  • Réglages de la journalisation
  • Extraits et mises en évidence
  • Réglages des synonymes
  • Réglages des mots vides

Installation

  1. Installer l’extension depuis la page Extensions de WordPress.
  2. Activer l’extension.
  3. Go to the plugin settings page and build the index following the instructions there.
  4. C’est tout !

Relevanssi uses the standard search form and doesn’t usually need any changes in the search results template.

If the search does not bring any results, your theme probably has a query_posts() call in the search results template. That throws Relevanssi off. For more information, see The most important Relevanssi debugging trick.

Désinstallation

To uninstall the plugin remove the plugin using the normal WordPress plugin management tools (from the Plugins page, first Deactivate, then Delete). If you remove the plugin files manually, the database tables and options will remain.

FAQ

Base de connaissances

You can find solutions and answers at the Relevanssi Knowledge Base.

Aide contextuelle

Answers to many common problems can be found from the contextual menu. Just click « Help » in the top right corner of your WordPress admin dashboard on the Relevanssi settings page.

Relevanssi ne fonctionne pas

If you the results don’t change after installing and activating Relevanssi, the most likely reason is that you have a call to query_posts() on your search results template. This confuses Relevanssi. Try removing the query_posts() call and see what happens.

Searching for words with ampersands or hyphens doesn’t work

Please read Words with punctuation can’t be found. This is a Relevanssi feature, but you can fix it from Relevanssi indexing settings.

Où sont les journaux de recherche de l’utilisateur ?

See the top of the admin menu. There’s ‘User searches’.

Displaying the relevance score

Relevanssi stores the relevance score it uses to sort results in the $post variable. Just add something like

echo $post->relevance_score

to your search results template inside a PHP code block to display the relevance score.

Did you mean? suggestions

Relevanssi offers Google-style « Did you mean? » suggestions. See « Did you mean » suggestions in the Knowledge Base for more details.

What is tf * idf weighing?

It’s the basic weighing scheme used in information retrieval. Tf stands for term frequency while idf is inverted document frequency. Term frequency is simply the number of times the term appears in a document, while document frequency is the number of documents in the database where the term appears.

Ainsi, le poids du mot dans un document augmente plus il apparaît dans ce document et moins il apparaît dans les autres documents.

What are stop words?

Chaque document est composé de plein de mots inutiles. Tous ces petits mots qui apparaissent dans à peu près tous les documents sont inutiles pour retrouver une information. En outre, leur poids dans la recherche de correspondance est très faible. De plus, retirer ces mots contribue à réduire la taille de l’index et accélère la recherche.

Avis

3 décembre 2020
Fix WordPress search problems (like quotes managing) out of the box and provide filters to customize search. The author is very helpful has great documentation.
25 novembre 2020
I love this plugin, I've now used it on WPBakery Page Builder, and Beaver Builder with some great results, it adds extra functionality (such as highlighting keywords, love that option!). It transforms the clunky default WP search into something miles better.
17 novembre 2020
Relevanssi is everything WordPress search should be. Fine-grained control and excellent meta fields/Advanced Custom Fields configurability. Support is excellent and the author is responsive to feature suggestions. I highly recommend the pro version Relevanssi Premium.
13 novembre 2020
Implemented this plugin alongside Oxygen Builder app - transforms the WP search functionality making it what it should already be.
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Journal

4.10.2

  • New feature: You can force Relevanssi to be active by setting the query variable relevanssi to true. Thanks to Jan Willem Oostendorp.
  • Changed behaviour: Relevanssi has been moved from the_posts filter to posts_pre_query. This change doesn’t do much, but increases performance slightly as WordPress needs to do less useless work, as now the default query is no longer run. Thanks to Jan Willem Oostendorp.
  • Minor fix: Highlighting didn’t work properly when highlighting something immediately following a HTML tag.
  • Minor fix: You can no longer set the value of minimum word length to less than 1 or higher than 9 from the settings page.
  • Minor fix: Importing options broke synonym and stopword settings.
  • Minor fix: Improves the Rank Math SEO compatibility to avoid errors in plugin activation.
  • Minor fix: WPML search results that included non-post results caused fatal errors and crashes. This fixes the crashing and makes non-post results work better in both WPML and Polylang.

4.10.1

  • Major fix: The multilingual stopwords and synonyms were used based on the global language. Now when indexing posts, the post language is used instead of the global language.

4.10.0

  • New feature: Relevanssi now supports multilingual synonyms and stopwords. Relevanssi now has a different set of synonyms and stopwords for each language. This feature is compatible with WPML and Polylang.
  • New feature: SEO by Rank Math compatibility is added: posts marked as ‘noindex’ with Rank Math are not indexed by Relevanssi.
  • Minor fix: With keyword matching set to ‘whole words’ and the ‘expand highlights’ disabled, words that ended with an ‘s’ weren’t highlighted correctly.
  • Minor fix: The ‘Post exclusion’ setting didn’t work correctly. It has been fixed.
  • Minor fix: It’s now impossible to set negative weights in searching settings. They did not work as expected anyway.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi had an unnecessary index on the doc column in the wp_relevanssi database table. It is now removed to save space. Thanks to Matthew Wang.
  • Minor fix: Improved Oxygen Builder support makes sure ct_builder_shortcodes custom field is always indexed.

4.9.1

  • Changed behaviour: The relevanssi_excerpt_part filter hook now gets the post ID as a second parameter. The documentation for the filter has been fixed to match actual use: this filter is applied to the excerpt part after the highlighting and the ellipsis have been added.
  • Changed behaviour: The relevanssi_index_custom_fields filter hook is no longer used when determining which custom fields are used for phrase searching. If you have a use case where this change matters, please contact us.
  • Minor fix: The relevanssi_excerpt filter hook was removed in 4.9.0. It is now restored and behaves the way it did before.
  • Minor fix: Avoids undefined variable warnings from the Pretty Links compatibility code.
  • Minor fix: The Oxygen Builder compatibility has been improved. Now shortcodes in Oxygen Builder content are expanded, if that setting is enabled in Relevanssi settings.

4.9.0

  • New feature: There’s now a « Debugging » tab in the Relevanssi settings, letting you see how the Relevanssi index sees posts. This is familiar to Premium users, but is now available in the free version as well.
  • New feature: The SEO Framework plugin is now supported and posts set excluded from the search in SEO Framework settings will be excluded from the index.
  • New feature: There’s a new option, « Expand highlights ». Enabling it makes Relevanssi expand partial-word highlights to cover the full word. This is useful when doing partial matching and when using a stemmer.
  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_excerpt_part allows you to modify the excerpt parts before they are combined together. This doesn’t do much in the free version.
  • New feature: Improved compatibility with Oxygen Builder. Relevanssi automatically indexes the Oxygen Builder content and cleans it up. New filter hooks relevanssi_oxygen_section_filters and relevanssi_oxygen_section_content allow easier filtering of Oxygen content to eg. remove unwanted sections.
  • Changed behaviour: The « Uncheck this for non-ASCII highlights » option has been removed. Highlights are now done in a slightly different way that should work in all cases, including for example Cyrillic text, thus this option is no longer necessary.
  • Minor fix: Fixes phrase searching using non-US alphabet.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi would break admin searching for hierarchical post types. This is now fixed, Relevanssi won’t do that anymore.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi indexing now survives better shortcodes that change the global $post.
  • Minor fix: Warnings about missing relevanssi_update_counts function are now removed.
  • Minor fix: Paid Membership Pro support now takes notice of the « filter queries » setting.
  • Minor fix: OR logic didn’t work correctly when two phrases both had the same word (for example « freedom of speech » and « free speech »). The search would always be an AND search in those cases. That has been fixed.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi no longer blocks the Pretty Links admin page search.
  • Minor fix: The « Respect ‘exclude_from_search' » setting did not work if no post type parameter was included in the search parameters.
  • Minor fix: The category inclusion and exclusion setting checkboxes on the Searching tab didn’t work. The setting was saved, but the checkboxes wouldn’t appear.

4.8.3

  • New feature: Both relevanssi_fuzzy_query and relevanssi_term_where now get the current search term as a parameter.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi database tables don’t have PRIMARY keys, only UNIQUE keys. In case this is a problem (for example on Digital Ocean servers), deactivate and activate Relevanssi to fix the problem.
  • Minor fix: When posts_per_page was set to -1, the max_num_pages was incorrectly set to the number of posts found. It should, of course, be 1.
  • Minor fix: Excluding from logs didn’t work if user IDs had spaces between them (‘user_a, user_b’). This is now fixed for good, the earlier fix didn’t work.

4.8.2

  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_term_where lets you filter the term WHERE conditional for the search query.
  • Minor fix: Doing the document count updates asynchronously caused problems in some cases (eg. importing posts). Now the document count is only updated after a full indexing and once per week.
  • Minor fix: Phrase matching has been improved to make it possible to search for phrases that include characters like the ampersand.

4.8.1

  • Major fix: Changes in WooCommerce 4.4.0 broke the Relevanssi searches. This makes the WooCommerce search work again.
  • Minor fix: Excluding from logs didn’t work if user IDs had spaces between them (‘user_a, user_b’). Now the extra spaces don’t matter.
  • Minor fix: The asynchronous doc count action in the previous version could cause an infinite loop with the Snitch logger plugin. This is prevented now: the async action doesn’t run after indexing unless a post is actually indexed.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi indexing procedure was triggered for autosaved drafts, causing possible problems with the asynchronous doc count action.
  • Minor fix: The relevanssi_index_custom_fields filter hook was not applied when doing phrase matching, thus phrases could not be found when they were in custom fields added with the filter.

4.8.0

  • Changed behaviour: Relevanssi now requires PHP 7.
  • Changed behaviour: Relevanssi now sorts strings with strnatcasecmp() instead of strcasecmp(), leading to a more natural results with strings that include numbers.
  • Changed behaviour: Relevanssi init is now moved from priority 10 to priority 1 on the init hook to avoid problems with missing TablePress compatibility.
  • New feature: New filter hook relevanssi_get_approved_comments_args filters the arguments to get_approved_comments in comment indexing. This can be used to index custom comment types, for example.
  • New feature: Content wrapped in the noindex tags is no longer used for excerpts.
  • New feature: The [et_pb_fullwidth_code] shortcode is now removed completely, including the contents, when Relevanssi is indexing and building excerpts.
  • Major fix: Relevanssi didn’t index new comments when they were added; when a post was indexed or the whole index rebuilt, comment content was included. We don’t know how long this bug has existed, but it is now fixed. Rebuild the index to get all comment content included in the index.
  • Minor fix: Autoload has been disabled for several options that are not needed often.
  • Minor fix: Phrase matching did not work correctly in visible custom fields.
  • Minor fix: TablePress support could cause halting errors if posts were inserted before Relevanssi has loaded itself (on init priority 10). These errors will no longer happen.
  • Minor fix: The doc count update, which is a heavy task, is now moved to an asynchronous action to avoid slowing down the site for users.
  • Minor fix: Relevanssi only updates doc count on relevanssi_insert_edit() when the post is indexed.