Category: FAQ

What languages does Cludo support?

The natural language processing at Cludo consists of multiple steps: Supported Languages Language ISO code Tokenization Elision Stop words Stemming Arabic ar ✅ ✅ ✅ ✅ Armenian hy ✅ ✅ ✅ ✅ Basque eu ✅ ✅ ✅ ✅ Brazilian pt-br ✅ ✅ ✅ ✅ Bulgarian bg ✅ ✅ ✅ ✅ . . . Read more

How does the language of a site affect my search setup?

The number of languages on a website will often determine the number of crawlers and engines needed for a site search. For accurate indexing, you need a unique crawler for each language site. This is important in order to fully support each language and ensure that the results returned are . . . Read more

What are the default search operators?

Cludo supports two operators when the search terms contains more than one word: Operators are set for the engine and can currently only be changed by Cludo. It is usually not recommended to switch to AND, since this is likely to result in more searches with 0 results. You can contact . . . Read more

Why is this page not indexed?

Once a crawler has crawled the defined domain(s), you may experience a specific page not being added to the search index. This will typically be due to one of the following reasons: Feel free to contact support if you have further questions on why a page was not indexed as . . . Read more

Does Cludo support bigram matching?

Cludo supports bigram matching as one of multiple natural language processing tools. Bigram matching allows better support for compound words, meaning words consisting of multiple words. Bigram matching is especially useful for certain languages where compound words are very common, such as the Nordic languages. It can also be useful . . . Read more

What cookies and similar technologies does cludo use?

Cludo uses cookies to gather information about user behavior. This data helps improve user experience and is used for the statistics you see in MyCludo. Cludo uses local storage, which, in short, is a successor to cookies so they are effectively treated the same under EU cookie laws and GDPR. . . . Read more