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Search display issue

Thread began 10/02/2011 3:21 pm by info396563 | Last modified 10/07/2011 4:27 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1111 views | 6 replies |

info396563

Search display issue

Hi

I believe I have installed the Search bar correctly but I am still having issues with any search results, would you be able to carry out a test on this site and confirm if there is something that is still outstanding to enable this to work correctly.

www.pixalart.co.uk

Kind regards

Scott

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

please provide a link to your site and more detailed explanation of the issue. What are the results you are expecting versus the results you are getting?

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info396563

Bing Search Bar issue

Apologies, please find link below:

www.pixalart.co.uk

Regards

Scott

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I still need some more details:

What are the results you are expecting versus the results you are getting?

I'm not sure what you are asking me to look into.

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info396563

Search bar issue

When I carry out a search on any word that is related to the site I would assume that the search results page would bring up pages related to that word, all it does is render one page for any search related enquiry saying:

Displaying 1 to 1 of 1 results
Pixalart
Free website design, Free logo design, Hosting, Email set up, Pixalart design

I would expect to see more results, would you agree?

Regards

Scott

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info396563

Bing Search Bar issue

Do you have an example I can view the code on, and do I need to add Metadata in the heading of each page so that this tag words are searchable, for example:

If I add the word CAD in the Meta name content of the page header and once the Bing search engine has crawled this site would the search bar find this word and render this is the search results page?

Thanks

Scott

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the head of each page on your site, you should have a description and keywords meta tag for the search engine to follow:

<meta name="keywords" content="key word 1, key word 2, key word 3" />
<meta name="description" content="this is a descreiption of the page" />

see the following page for details on the basics of SEO:
roadmap_02.php

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