Thanks for you work on the search. Generally it works well, but I have a couple of small issues. Take the link below, for example:http://www.sustainablecards.com/search/index.aspx?IndexCatalogue=web&SearchQuery=peo
So this is a search for a person who works with this company. He shows up on 2 pages. The first is the first page in a page group, and you'll notice that the page name that Search finds is " | Sustainable Cards, LLC. | "Leave No Carbon Footprint!"
" The problem is that it starts with "Overview | Susta..." Click the first link returned and then look at the ACTUAL title (different than the one that Search sees when it indexes the site.
The second issue is that one of the problems I have is removing areas of search that are repeated. For example, on this site we append " Sustainable Cards, LLC. | Leave No Carbon Footprint" to all page titles in the C# for the Master Page. They then show in the search results. If I set Title to be -1 instead of 1 it then hides the title in the search results and the formatting looks silly. If someone searches for Sustainable it also returns every page.
I'm not sure how to suggest you handle this second issue, except for getting the title from the database, not from the page. I'm not really sure how to get around it. I can't put a div in the title because then browsers will return the HTML inline in the title bar. Any suggestions?
I don't want to remove that information from the page title, as it is often helpful for search engines and people. I sometimes put keywords in the page title using code and that can help with SEO / page ranking.
Also, how do external sites work? I have a site (http://usa.weleda.com) that has content on shop.weleda.com and articles.weleda.com. Would those get indexex by your search? Can I add those domains in the XML and get them returned? Really they are the same site, though they're not in Sitefinity and they're on different domains.
Thanks for any help you can suggest.