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#1 SayWhatAgain 20-10-2020 09:22:02

Hi again,

when you search for an event, the results are ordered in a "strange" way.

For example, in live Demo, if you search for "London" (without quotation marks) it'll show the results for the word, but I think that if the word is in the title of the event, normal behaviour is that the result should show before than others, and in the live Demo you'll see "International Yoga Day" and "King's Open Day - Guy's Campus" before than "LONDON Film & Comic Con SUMMER".

I think that the default ORDER should be changed.

#2 msworld 21-10-2020 14:26:38

Well, it just searches for London, it doesn't set any particular order, it just lists events that match the search. I could add an advanced search option, which might be useful? Thanks for the feedback.

#3 SayWhatAgain 23-10-2020 11:28:55


well, the "problem" is that the default search has no particular order, when in other "places" (webs, scripts, etc.) when you search the normal order would be:
1- Event Title (by relevance)
2- Location
3 - Web Url *
4 - Details *
5 - Categories
6 - Contact name
7 - Dates

* Note: #3 and #4 could change position.

I'm not asking for a particular advanced search, just for a default order more "normal".

Thanks again for your time.

#4 msworld 23-10-2020 13:50:49

I'm not aware of any standard or 'normal' order for search results. An advanced search option should make things a big better, so I will include it, no problem there. Thanks for the feedback.

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