Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
|Failed to load latest commit information.|
=== Lift: Search for WordPress === Contributors: voceplatforms Tags: search, cloudsearch, amazon, aws Requires at least: 3.4.2 Tested up to: 3.5 Stable tag: 1.1 License: GPLv2 or later License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html Improves WordPress search using Amazon CloudSearch. == Description == Lift leverages the search index power of Amazon CloudSearch to improve your WordPress-powered site’s search experience. Learn more at: [getliftsearch.com](http://getliftsearch.com/) Minimum requirements: * WordPress Version 3.4.2 * PHP Version 5.3 * Amazon Web Services account with CloudSearch enabled == Installation == For full documentation see [getliftsearch.com/documentation/](http://getliftsearch.com/documentation/) Minimum requirements: * WordPress Version 3.4.2 * PHP Version 5.3 * Amazon Web Services account with CloudSearch enabled 1. Upload the `lift-search` directory to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress 3. Enter your Amazon Access Key ID and Secret Access Key. 4. Click "Save Configuration." If the test fails, check that both of your keys are entered correctly and that you are connected to Amazon. 5. Enter a Search Domain Name. This must be a unique string to your AWS account. The domain name string can only contain the following characters: a-z (lowercase), 0-9, and - (hyphen). Uppercase letters and underscores are not allowed. The string has a max length of 28 characters. 6. Click "Save Domain". If the domain does not exist, Lift will ask if you would like the domain created for you. Click the link and the plugin will create and configure everything for you. 7. Once the tests are successful, you're now ready to go. Click "View Lift Search Dashboard". Once CloudSearch is ready, Lift will begin to index your site. This can take a few hours depending on the amount of content on your site. == Frequently Asked Questions == = What are the requirements to use this plugin? = * WordPress Version 3.4.2 * PHP Version 5.3 * Amazon Web Services account with CloudSearch enabled = Does Lift support WordPress multisite? = Multisite is supported with each site in the network having it's own search domain. Due to this, searching across sites in a network is not supported, however, may be added at a later date if there is interest. = How much does Lift cost? = There is no charge for the plugin. The only charges you incur are for usage of Amazon CloudSearch. You can [learn more](http://aws.amazon.com/cloudsearch/pricing/) about expected costs at Amazon's Clousearch site. = Does Lift support languages other than English? = Currently, Amazon CloudSearch only supports indexing documents in English. Once other languages are supported, Lift will be updated. Also, a future update will add li8n support for the setup and status pages. = How do I set up Google Analytics to track searches? = Since Lift hooks in to the standard WordPress search, if you are already tracking searches through Google Analytics you don't need to do anything. If you would like to know how to do this, see the [Google Analytics docs](http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fsupport.google.com%2Fanalytics%2Fbin%2Fanswer.py%3Fhl%3Den%26answer%3D1012264). The Query Parameter to enter (step #8) is "s". == Screenshots == 1. Lift setup 2. Lift status dashboard 3. Lift search form == Changelog == = 1.1 = * UI: `lift_search_form()` now duplicates the standard `get_search_form()` markup to play nicer with themes. * UI: Show the filtered term as the dropdown labels for filters and highlight. Clean up terms on filter labels. Make Relevancy the default sorting. * UI: Filters now work when more than one search form is present in a page. * Refactor: rename filters. `lift_default_fields` to `lift_filters_default_fields`, `lift-form-field-objects` to `lift_filters_form_field_objects`, `lift_form_html` to `lift_search_form` * Refactor: `Cloud_Config` class to be independent. * Refactor: Calls to `Cloud_Config_Request::__make_request()` can now override key flattening. = 1.0.1 = * Fix CloudSearch capitalization. * Refactor error logging. = 1.0 = * Initial release.