cfo64nc pro asked 5 years ago

How come the search doesn't do anything on your website, and support website?  I've tried searching for simple things, like 'calendar card' (searching for the documentation for the new calendar card in v 4.5.15.  I'm a very frustrated pro user.  I shouldn't have to use Google to find things on your website when you have a 'search' function on your website.  Which is ultimately how I found a calendar  But I can't say if that's the 'calendar card' specifically.

cfo64nc pro answered 5 years ago

@christopherbirwin , had it worked, I wouldn't have made this post.  @Michal Szymanski thanks for all your hard work.

btw @christopherbirwin , searching for 'calendar' did bring up the search results you mentioned today when I did the search.  'Search glitch' I suppose.

christopherbirwin pro commented 5 years ago

Oh, you're fine! Yeah, yeah, the search could be better! That's why I use Google to search this site using the "site:" option.


Michal Szymanski staff answered 5 years ago

We still work to improve our search. We know it doesn't work perfectly yet, but we are on the way.

Thanks for feedback.

christopherbirwin pro commented 5 years ago

We switched to "AddSearch" for our website at work after Google discontinued their site search service. It seems to work well.

christopherbirwin pro answered 5 years ago

Also, I like to leverage to search this site. For example, you might type this in the Google search textbox:

"card calendar"

christopherbirwin pro answered 5 years ago

When you type the word "calendar" does "JQuery - Full Calendar" not appear in the drop-down list?

Please insert min. 20 characters.


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Specification of the issue

  • User: Pro
  • Premium support: No
  • Technology: Other
  • MDB Version: -
  • Device: Website Usage
  • Browser: Safari
  • OS: OSX
  • Provided sample code: No
  • Provided link: No