Seach data generator plugin for Hexo.
This plugin is used for generating a search index file, which contains all the necessary data of your articles that you can use to write a local search engine for your blog. Supports both XML and JSON format output.
$ npm install hexo-generator-searchdb
You can configure this plugin in your root
_config.yml. All the arguments are optional.
search: path: search.xml field: post content: true format: html
- path - file path. By default is
search.xml. If the file extension is
.json, the output format will be JSON. Otherwise XML format file will be exported.
- field - the search scope you want to search, you can chose:
- post (Default) - will only cover all the posts of your blog.
- page - will only cover all the pages of your blog.
- all - will cover all the posts and pages of your blog.
- content - whether contains the whole content of each article. If
false, the generated results only cover title and other meta info without mainbody. By default is
- format - the form of the page contents, options are:
- html (Default) - original html string being minified.
- striptags - original html string being minified, and remove all the tags.
- raw - markdown text of each posts or pages.
What's this plugin supposed to do?
This plugin is used for generating a xml / json file from your Hexo blog that provides data for searching.
Where's this file saved to?
hexo g you will get the generated result at your public folder.
How to use this plugin in my Hexo blog?
You have two choices:
you don't want to write search engine by yourself. There are many themes that take use this plugin for local searching that works out of box.
search.js. There is no documentation at present, but you can find its usage in the source code of the theme NexT. Generally there are 3 steps:
- write a search view. This is the place for displaying a search form and search results;
- load the
search.jsscript via CDN, for example:
LocalSearchclass is provided in the
search.jswhich tells the browser how to grab search data and filter out contents what we're searching;
- write a search script, make use of the previous