Saturday, November 30, 2013

Fine Search v.1.0 - Improves Opencart search feature to find relevant

Fine Search improves your opencart search and increase your product sales.

You can easily find your relevant products on the search results.

For instance, you have searched for ‘iphone 4S’. It will display ‘iphone 3’ on top of ‘iphone 4S’ on the result list. This is confusing. This module will bring you the appropriate search results relevant to your keyword. This will increase your sales and will satisfy your customers.

This module supports partial word matching; like if you type keyword ‘App’, it will also bring ‘Apple’ in the search results with the proper order.

You can even search with a minimum of a single character. If you type ‘A’, it will bring the results starting with ‘A’.

You can control your search from the admin panel. This provides an admin interface to define the fields which will be matched against the typed keyword. You can also set the sort order from the admin panel.

*  Easily find your relevant products on the search results.

*  Supports partial word matching.

*  Search with a minimum of a single character.

*  Admin interface to define the fields to match keyword.

*  Set the sort order from the admin panel.

*  100% compatible with any theme.

*  Multilingual support.

*  Free installation if needed.

 

If you want to have the module installed in your system, email me at tahsin352(at)gmail(dot)com.





List of my works:

Opencart Extensions:

  1. Product Based Quantity Wise Shipping: Find it here.
  2. OpenSSLCOMMERZ: integrate SSLCOMMERZ with opencart: Find it here.
  3. Fine Search v.1.0 - Improves Opencart search feature to find relevant: Find it here.
  4. Opensweetcaptcha - An easy way to generate attractive captcha for your system!: Find it here.
  5. Custom Field Product - add unlimited custom fields to the product form: Find it here.
  6. Formcaptcha - add captcha on the register page: Find it here.

My Books:

  1. OpenCart 1.4 Template Design Cookbook.
  2. Joomla Mobile Development Beginners Guide

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