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#1 jjjjeczalik 19-11-2016 12:07:48

I will feel bad if this has an obvious answer, but I really did try to solve it myself for a couple of days.

For example: I have a few collections tagged "pop" (Madonna, Britney, Jon), a few collections tagged "dance" (Madonna, Taylor, Cathy), and a few collections tagged "rock" (Alex, David, Jon). If I search for "pop", then the results are Madonna, Britney, Jon; if I search for "rock", the results are Alex, David, and Jon; if I search for "pop rock", the results are "Madonna, Britney, Jon, Alex, David". I want it so that when searching for "pop rock", the results will only be "Jon"; that is to say, I want the results for "pop rock" to be "pop AND rock" instead of "pop AND/OR rock". (So that a search for "dance pop" would *only* yield "Madonna" as a result.)

I didn't find the place to make that change in search.php, or, or ajax.php, and of course I checked the functions, defined, and global.php files.

#2 msworld 20-11-2016 12:08:11

Maian Music has a simple search system treating each word as a search tag.

If you want to change it, edit 'control/classes/', starting line 660.

#3 jjjjeczalik 20-11-2016 16:39:22
msworld wrote::

If you want to change it, edit 'control/classes/', starting line 660.

I read that file from beginning to end (or so I thought). But yes, that was the key, and I now have it functioning exactly as I needed. Thank you !

#4 msworld 21-11-2016 04:38:51

You are welcome. smile

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