Tag: Engine

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

What is Page Inventory?

If you’re ever wondering about the number of pages in your search results or find the need to check up on any indexed content, Page Inventory is here to help. Page Inventory will provide you with an overview of indexed content for all your crawlers to provide you with a . . . Read more

Best practice for avoiding duplicate results

When searching, you may experience the same content appearing more than once in the results. Since a crawler is unable to index the same URL twice, this will always be due to the same content existing on multiple URLs. That is, of course, unless you have two crawlers that index . . . Read more

What is an Engine?

The engine is at the heart of the search setup. When implementing search on the website, an engine is needed to define which results to present. An engine can be connected to the search index of one or multiple crawlers, for added flexibility. Read more about how to set up . . . Read more

How to delete an engine

For security reasons, engines can only be deleted by Cludo staff. If you need to delete an engine, please contact support and let us know the ID(s) of the engine(s) you would like to delete.

Best practice for engines

Setting up an engine is a required step in configuring a functional search engine for your website. Engines are at the heart of Cludo as it puts you in control of the search relevance. An engine is in charge of pulling the right content from your crawler(s) when a search . . . Read more

How to run a test search

The Test search feature in MyCludo allows you to test the search and review result rankings on an engine without using the engine in an implementation. This makes it useful for testing recently applied changes, such as crawler updates or tools that were added for certain terms. With the test . . . Read more

How to set up engine permissions

With Engine Permissions, you can restrict access for certain users to specific engines only. Engine Permissions can only be set for non-administrator users.