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Found a total of %1$d posts, showing posts %2$d–%3$s. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Found a total of %1$d posts, showing posts %2$d%3$s.
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Translators: %1$d is the total number of posts found, %2$d is the current search result count, %3$d is the offset.

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If you want to index a post type that's marked 'Excluded from search', you can do that without worrying about it – but you need to uncheck the 'Respect exclude_from_search' setting from the Searching tab. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you want to index a post type that's marked 'Excluded from search', you can do that without worrying about it – but you need to uncheck the 'Respect exclude_from_search' setting from the Searching tab.

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You can use the %1$s parameter to add a taxonomy dropdown to the search form. Just use the name of the taxonomy, like %2$s. This works best with hierarchical taxonomies like categories with relatively few options available. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You can use the %1$s parameter to add a taxonomy dropdown to the search form. Just use the name of the taxonomy, like %2$s. This works best with hierarchical taxonomies like categories with relatively few options available.
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Translators: %1$s is 'dropdown', %2$s is '[searchform dropdown="category"]'.

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Partial words if not hits for whole words
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Translators: %1$s is the "partial words if no hits" option and %2$s is the "partial words" option.

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Choosing the "%1$s" option may lead to unexpected results. Most of the time the "%2$s" option is the better choice. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Choosing the "%1$s" option may lead to unexpected results. Most of the time the "%2$s" option is the better choice.
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Translators: %1$s is the "partial words if no hits" option and %2$s is the "partial words" option.

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Big log database table will eventually start to slow down the search, so it's a good idea to use some level of automatic log trimming. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Big log database table will eventually start to slow down the search, so it's a good idea to use some level of automatic log trimming.

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Content stopwords are a premium feature where you can set stopwords that only apply to the post content. Those stopwords will still be indexed if they appear in post titles, tags, categories, custom fields or other parts of the post. To use content stopwords, you need Relevanssi Premium. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Content stopwords are a premium feature where you can set stopwords that only apply to the post content. Those stopwords will still be indexed if they appear in post titles, tags, categories, custom fields or other parts of the post. To use content stopwords, you need Relevanssi Premium.

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Content stopwords

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Add to content stopwords
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