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Search Results Format (+0/0). - 25/01/2019 Yioop Software Help

I'm a newb and don't understand how I can change the way the search results can be changed. In particular I don't want the "Words" part of it on there with the links to the common words. I really just want a basic Title, Description, and URL. Where would I go to modify this? I do understand basic PHP code
Sincerely, Anthony Marshall
I'm a newb and don't understand how I can change the way the search results can be changed. In particular I don't want the "Words" part of it on there with the links to the common words. I really just want a basic Title, Description, and URL. Where would I go to modify this? I do understand basic PHP code Sincerely, Anthony Marshall
 

-- Search Results Format (+0/0). - 25/01/2019 Yioop Software Help

Never mind I figured it out
Never mind I figured it out
 

-- Search Results Format (+0/0). - 26/01/2019 Yioop Software Help

I am guessing you found the way to control it, either by clicking on
 Page Options then the Search Time tab or
 Appearance then Adjust Search Page Components
If there are other things you want to remove or change, one option is to find the element in the Firefox browser in Developer mode using Inspector, then add a CSS directive to the Auxiliary Style Directives in Appearances so that it is display:none.
 
Yet a more radical way to change the appearance is to copy the file src/views/SearchView.php to the folder work_directory/app/views/SearchView.php and then edit it as desired. Yioop will use your edited SearchView.php rather than the one that come with Yioop.
Hope these suggestions help,
Chris

Last Edited: 26/01/2019
I am guessing you found the way to control it, either by clicking on Page Options then the Search Time tab or Appearance then Adjust Search Page Components If there are other things you want to remove or change, one option is to find the element in the Firefox browser in Developer mode using Inspector, then add a CSS directive to the Auxiliary Style Directives in Appearances so that it is display:none. Yet a more radical way to change the appearance is to copy the file src/views/SearchView.php to the folder work_directory/app/views/SearchView.php and then edit it as desired. Yioop will use your edited SearchView.php rather than the one that come with Yioop. Hope these suggestions help, Chris
 

-- Search Results Format (+0/0). - 29/01/2019 Yioop Software Help

Thank you Chris. I appreciate your help. I modified the searchview.php but I like your idea of changing the .css file better
Thank you Chris. I appreciate your help. I modified the searchview.php but I like your idea of changing the .css file better
 
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