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I have the recent SP Page Builder (3.4.4) installed on our website. If you do a search on the site using the main search bar, in the results will be individual SP Page Builder elements.

How do I hide these from search!?!?


For example, go to the main site at https://www.footlevelers.com, search for "custom orthotic", and click on either the first or second result. They're individual Page Builder elements! The URL shows the component path:

https://www.footlevelers.com/component/sppagebuilder/?view=page&id={XX}

How do I keep Joomla from indexing SP Page Builder elements?

4 Answers

footlev

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
The "custom orthotics" is present on that page that is showing in search result. There is no way to keep Joomla not indexing Page Builder elements.

Thanks,
Mamun


I mostly fixed this by using MiniTek Live Search. We had purchased this for a HelpWiki so I was able to add a site search component using MiniTek. It's a MUCH better search plugin than Joomla's Search and Smart Search. Not perfect, but way more flexible and professional looking.

Al Mamun - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
The "custom orthotics" is present on that page that is showing in search result. There is no way to keep Joomla not indexing Page Builder elements.

Thanks,
Mamun

Al Mamun - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Great to know that you find a solution. :)


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