Note: Seek filters through predefined items you add to the stack in Edit Mode. It does not search through your site’s pages for results.
Below you can type a word, or set of words, in to the search field and Seek will filter through the predefined items that have been added to the Seek stack in Edit Mode. In this case we’ve created a grouping of superheroes for you to search through.
Allows you to insert some text into the search field to give the visitor an idea of the kind of things they can search for within this Seek stack.
Hide Results Until Searched
Enabling this feature will hide all of the available results within the Seek stack until the visitor has begun typing in the search field. This will most commonly be enabled.
There are two different kinds of items you can add to the Seek stack. The first is a normal item, which allows you to add any content you like within its drop zone. The other is a Link Item, which consists solely as a link (and an additional plain text description if you enable it).
Link Item Size
Allows you to choose the font size for the Link Items within your Seek stack.
Collapse Items in Edit Mode
Since you may end up with a lot of items within the Seek stack, whether they’re regular Items or Link Items, you may want to hide them in Edit Mode after you’ve configured your Seek stack so that they’re not taking up a lot of extra space. This feature allows you to do just that.
This child stack contains no settings of its own. You can place just about any type of content you like within this stack. All of the content will be searched when the user is searching in the Seek stack’s search field.
The text that will make up the linked item. You can set the overall size of the Link Items in the main Seek stack settings (see above).
You can set the Link Item to be linked to either an internal page within your project or an external URL.
Adds a small, plain text entry underneath your link.
This is the field where you’ll modify the description text if you’ve enabled this feature.
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