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ElasticPress 3.6 Released

ElasticPress 3.6 was released today, and contains a variety of exciting new features to help your site’s search perform even better! We also have a couple of potentially breaking changes that you’ll want to test…

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ElasticPress.io Included in New WP Engine eCommerce Hosting Plans

WP Engine recently announced a new eCommerce solution for Small/Medium Businesses (SMBs) looking to easily create a mobile-friendly WooCommerce store or scale up, optimize, and increase revenue for an existing online store. WP Engine’s eCommerce…

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How To Optimize Search For Your WordPress E-commerce Store

In 2019, revenue from e-commerce stores amounted to $360.1 billion within the United States and $3.53 trillion worldwide. Revenues are projected to grow in 2022, to $502.5 billion in the U.S. and $6.54 trillion worldwide. …

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ElasticPress 3.5 Introduces a Synonym Dashboard and Search Term Highlighting

Following several point releases that introduced a sticky post filter, integration with WP_Term_Query to make terms searchable, a related posts Gutenberg block, and an integrated WooCommerce default filter by price widget, the release of ElasticPress…

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ElasticPress <3 React

We are excited to announce the release of ElasticPress React! ElasticPress React is a set of React components to be used in JavaScript applications that integrate with ElasticPress. If you are running a headless WordPress…

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ElasticPress 3.4.2 Bug Fixes and Enhancements

ElasticPress 3.4.2 was released on June 17th, 2020, adding a couple of helpful enhancements and squashing a few bugs. How can these make your site search and ElasticPress experience better? Find out in this quick…

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Custom Fields and Weighted Search with ElasticPress — Part 2

In our previous blog post, we’ve seen how it is possible to add a custom field to the Elasticsearch query while using the weighting engine. But in that solution everything was hard-coded. Now, let’s see…

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Custom Fields and Weighted Search with ElasticPress

One of the most powerful features of ElasticPress is the ability to add more fields to your website search. By default, WordPress only searches for titles, excerpts, and content but with ElasticPress you can search…

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Video Intro to ElasticPress Search Analytics

Did you know that ElasticPress.io and the ElasticPress plugin are designed to connect to your existing analytics solution, giving you access to all the stats you need about your search traffic in the same convenient…

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Advanced ElasticPress Support for PIXACORE

Recently, we teamed up with PIXACORE to help engineer the Bolder Science website for Celgene Pharmaceuticals, which provides doctors and patients searchable access to a vast library of clinical trials. As the creator of the…