Inserting Search Forms

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  • There are special codes you can insert into the content area of any node which can display various search boxes.

    When using the node editor, you can access various forms from the menu of search tools:

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    Here's what the different search forms are:

     

    Item What Appears Description
    Search Form (just this tree, all content) This search form allows end-users to search the current tree for text.  This looks at node titles and the content area.
    Search Form this tree and linked trees, just node titles and tags) This search form searches the current tree and any trees that are linked to it via a tree node. 
    Search Form this tree and linked trees, all content) This search form allows end-users to search the current tree, as well as any trees linked to this tree via tree nodes. for text.  This looks at node titles and the content area.
    Search Form all trees, just node titles, tags, and keywords) This search form searches the node title, tags, and keywords of all trees within your organization. (You can hide a tree from searches using the Settings tool.)
    Search Form all trees, all contents)

    This search form searches the title, tags, and content area of all trees within your organization. (You can hide a tree from searches using the Settings tool.)

     

  • There are special codes you can insert into the content area of any node which can display various search boxes.

    When using the node editor, you can access various forms from the menu of search tools:

     

    Here's what the different search forms are:

     

    Item What Appears Description
    Search Form (just this tree, all content) This search form allows end-users to search the current tree for text.  This looks at node titles and the content area.
    Search Form this tree and linked trees, just node titles and tags) This search form searches the current tree and any trees that are linked to it via a tree node. 
    Search Form this tree and linked trees, all content) This search form allows end-users to search the current tree, as well as any trees linked to this tree via tree nodes. for text.  This looks at node titles and the content area.
    Search Form all trees, just node titles, tags, and keywords) This search form searches the node titles, tags, and keywords of all trees within your organization. (You can hide a tree from searches using the Settings tool.)
    Search Form all trees, all contents)

    This search form searches the title, tags, and content area of all trees within your organization. (You can hide a tree from searches using the Settings tool.)

     

  • Throughout 2022 Zingtree will be upgrading customers to our new faster and more modern user experience! Here's how to tell which experience your Zingtree Authors are currently using.

    Log in to your Zingtree Author account and navigate to My Trees. How does your current My Trees page look?

    Zingtree Classic

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    New User Experience

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