Category: How To

How to set up a Quicklink

Quicklinks allow you to redirect the visitor to a specified URL when entering specified search terms, skipping the step of going to the search results page.

How to change language in MyCludo

The MyCludo interface supports both English and Danish. This guide will explain how to change the interface language for a user. Please note this language change does not affect any engines, visitors or even other users in MyCludo. If the changed user is the currently logged in user, the entire . . . Read more

How to test a crawler

In order to test the crawler configuration, it is possible to make crawl against a specific URL to see which data will be indexed for the page.

How to set up Intelligent 404

Intelligent 404 will provide the user with a list of recommended pages when landing on a 404 page. The suggestions are based on the invalid URL, leveraging the search engine to find similar content.

How to customize search using CludoJS options

When implementing search on a website, the CludoJS can be used to enable/disable and customize certain features. The options are defined as an object with multiple options. The table below describes each of the options available, what they do, and examples of values.All options are available for custom templates, however, . . . Read more

How to style Instant Suggestions

Once Instant Suggestions is correctly implemented on the website, the feature can be styled further to match the rest of the visuals of the website. Instant Suggestions can be styled with both CSS classes as well as settings in the cludoSettings object in the template. CSS classes Instant Suggestions container . . . Read more

How to style related searches

Once the related searches feature is correctly implemented on a website, it can be further styled to match the rest of the websites visuals.Related searches can be styled, using CSS classes. CSS classes Container Related searches title List List items

How to set up a banner

Banners allow for custom content to be displayed above the search results when searching for a specific term, catching the eye of the visitor to expose them to relevant information of your choice.