WP Serverless Search is a WordPress Plugin that brings site search functionality back to static WordPress sites.

Unlike most search WordPress Plugins it does not rely on PHP or any 3rd party search providers such as Google or Algolia to work. Instead, WP Serverless Search is completely static, free to use, local, and crazy fast.

WP Serverless Search Explained

To best explain the features and benefits of WP Serverless Search, here are a few FAQs:

Is WP Serverless Search a WordPress site search plugin?

Yes!

Can I use it to replace native WordPress Search?

Yes!

Can I still use it with a non-static WordPress site?

Yep, it works on both.

Why did you build this?

Native WordPress site search is slow and inaccurate. We wanted to improve that experience and find a solution that works for us so we built one.

Do I need to add a custom template, custom HTML, etc. to make it work?

Nope. The current version works by launching a modal window much like Google Custom Search Engine

Is it free to use?

Yeah! Go have fun.

Is it fast?

Yes, very fast. We’re interested in testing this WordPress Plugin on very large sites. If you have a site with thousands of posts, hit us up.

Why so fast?

WP Serverless Search uses just a few lines of JavaScript to search a static XML. Three are no database queries or network resources consumed while searching.

My site is huge, is that an issue?

Should be okay. So far, we’ve tested WP Serverless Search up to ~1K posts and was able to return search results within milliseconds.

Does it support Fuzzy search? e.g. Hallo, Halo, Hello, Helloooo

Yes! It uses Fusejs to provide fuzzy search results for typos.

Does it support AutoComplete?

Yes, it will search and sort as you type.

Does it support multiple languages?

Yes! It till search using any characters you query. Including characters from other Alphabets and it can do this on the same site.

How do I get WP Serverless Search?

It’s available now, on Github!

https://github.com/getshifter/wp-serverless-search

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