Category: How To

How to use cludooff/cludoon

If there are certain parts of the content on a page that you would like the crawler to ignore, this can be achieved using cludooff/cludoon.

How to connect Cludo to your cookie consent functionality

It is possible to add development to have the cookies set by Cludo connect with your general cookie consent formula. For general information on cookies set by Cludo, read this article. Technical Overview At the moment Cludo stores session information in local storage that persists across end-user visits, we will . . . Read more

How to implement Cludo’s API analytics script

Cludo has developed a script specifically for API implementations. With this, you won’t have to manually set up tracking for your API implementation. Introduction The Cludo API Analytics script is a JavaScript snippet to be placed on your search results page that will send query and click data to Cludo’s . . . Read more

How to set up scoped searching

If you would like an existing engine to only show results for a specific area, this can be done by adding a filter in the script. Scoped search allows you to limit search results to a specific section or type of content within the website instead of searching across the whole . . . Read more

How to investigate banner activity

Once a banner has been configured, the banner activity tool allows for insights into the analytics for the banner and how visitors are interacting with it. The banner analysis screen will show all activity for the banner in the selected period.

How to style voice search

Once voice search is implemented on a website, it is possible to use the following CSS selectors and cludoSettings to style how elements should appear on the website. Disable voice search animation Voice icon button Voice icon Voice icon SVG path Active voice search icon

How to change default translations

Default translations are the small pieces of text that appear in the template of the website, such as “did you mean..” or “your search for …”. These are automatically translated into the language that the search is set up for. However, it is possible to rephrase or change the translation. . . . Read more

How to set up Search-as-you-type (SAYT)

Search-as-you-type, also often referred to as SAYT, allows search results to appear as direct links as the visitor is typing. Enabling Search-as-you-type on the website The following only has to be done once per template in order to enable the SAYT feature.

How to set up related searches

The related searches features shows a list of related search terms, based on the current search term. Clicks on related searches can be seen in the analytics view. To implement the related search module on the search results page, The following HTML must be inserted: The related features must also . . . Read more

How to set up voice search

Voice search allows the visitor to enter a search term by voice. As the voice search feature uses the WebSpeech API, it is not supported by all browsers. Click here for an up to date view on which browsers support voice search. To enable the voice search feature, add the . . . Read more