01/03/2015 at 19:19Participant
Hi, I have a webbsite on food and health. I have created multiple tabs to ensure easy readability of the information for each product. However, the content of the tabs is not searchable. For example, if I search for “smelly urine”, no page shows up. However, in the following link http://natureandnutrition.com/shop/vegetables/health-benefits-asparagus/ , the key word smelly urine is present in the Side Effects Tab. Please let me know if I have any setting wrongly done.01/03/2015 at 22:31Keymaster
Custom post tab content is stored in standard WordPress custom fields.
So every solution that support search in WordPress custom fields can solve this question.
We have tried some plugins which support meta field search, but according to our tests none of them found content accurately in custom meta fields. (E.g. Search Everything, WP Custom Fields Search, Relevanssi plugins).
There is some reliable WordPress plugin that add sophisticated search functionality to your WordPress site using Google, the better search engine in the world. This solution find everything on your site, including content of custom tabs. You can find more information here according to one of these plugins:
We hope one of the plugins we recommend to extend WP built in search functionality to custom meta fields or WP Google Search plugin will solve this question.
WebshopLogic05/03/2015 at 05:14Participant
Thank you for your response. However, one doubt that I have is that would these custom tabs be then indexed by search engines?06/03/2015 at 20:13Keymaster
Yes, tab content can indexed by search engines.
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