“Panopticon WordPress Search Engine for WordPress” Help by CodeRevolution

Panopticon WordPress Search Engine for WordPress Help

Created: 29/10/2018
By: CodeRevolution
Email: [email protected]

Thank you for purchasing our plugin. If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this help file, please feel free to email via our email. Thanks so much!

Table of Contents

  1. About the plugin
  2. Wordpress installation
  3. Plugin Settings
  4. Summary
  5. Sources and Credits

About this plugin - top

Panopticon WordPress Search Engine Plugin is a powerful tool to generate a custom search engine on your web site, without your further intervention.

- This plugin is a great tool to generate a passive income! Do you want to earn money even while you sleep?
- You can define custom ads to be shown between search results?
- No problem! Panopticon WordPress Search Engine plugin is the right thing for you!

Our intuitive, easy-to-use system allows you to create a custom search engine for your site.

The resulting search engine is fully customizable and rich in content. List of customizable content in the search engine:

Other plugin features:

Wordpress installation - top

YouTube video tutorial:

I also provided a Quick Install Guide to feature an easy plugin installation for everyone.

To make this plugin work, first, you'll need to install the plugin. The easiest method is to take the .zip file you've downloaded and upload it via Plugins > Add New > Upload Plugin in the WordPress Dashboard. Once the plugin is installed, be sure to Activate it.

Now that you've installed and activated the plugin, you'll see a new menu item created inside WordPress called 'Panopticon WordPress Search Engine'. First thing first, let's head over to Settings > Panopticon WordPress Search Engine and take a look at what options are available.

Please use this shortcode in post/page content:


Shortcode parameters:
search_text = The text that appears above the search box
search_prefill = Force search for a predefined string
search_description = Description that appears in the search box
find_text = Text that appears on the search button
width = CSS width parameter of the search form. Examples: auto/100%/450px
backgound_color = CSS background color of the form
border_color = CSS border color of the form. Example: red
border_width = CSS border width of the form. Example: 1px
font_type = CSS font type of the form. Example: Arial, sans-serif
font_size = CSS font size of the form. Example: 13px
navigation_font_size = font size of the navigation form. Example: 20px
text_color = CSS color of the text. Example: #000000
link_color = CSS color of links. Example: #198ADC
custom_css = Custom CSS to add to the page. Example: .bloggerDiv{display:none;}td {border: 0px solid transparent !important;}
ad_density = How often should ads apear between search results. Example: 3
max = How many results to display at once. Example: 7
result_div_id = HTML ID of the div that contains the form. Example: pnpSearchResult
searching = Text of the 'Searching' status of the plugin. Example: Searching...
google_ads = off/on - do you want to enable Google Ads in the plugin?
safe_search = off/on - do you want to use safe search to filter adult content?
autocorrect = off/on - do you want to use autocorrect while searching?
search_type = all/news/image - set the default search that will be realized by the form
fromPublishedDate = publish start date, from when to search articles from. Only aplicable to news search. Example: 2016-01-01
toPublishedDate = publish end date, until when to search articles. Only aplicable to news search. Example: 2019-01-01

Usage example (all parameters are optional):
[panopticon-search-engine search_text='Search now:' search_prefill="" search_description=' Search...' find_text='find' width='auto' backgound_color='#FFFFFF' border_color='#919294' border_width='1px' font_type='Arial, sans-serif' font_size='13px' navigation_font_size='20px' text_color='#000000' link_color='#198ADC' custom_css='.bloggerDiv{display:none;}td {border: 0px solid transparent !important;}' ad_density='3' max='6' result_div_id='pnpSearchResult' searching='Searching...' google_ads='off' safe_search='on' autocorrect='off' search_type='all' fromPublishedDate='2010-01-01' toPublishedDate='2039-01-01']

Plugin Settings - top

Refreshingly, Panopticon WordPress Search Engine has a super-simple settings screen. Let's look at first at the settings panel:

Here you can find the steps needed in configuring your plugin even if you have no HTML knowledge at all. You can find options for:

HINT! Don't forget to click the Save button every time you modified your settings, otherwise the modifications will be lost!

Main Settings:

Activity and Loggind Screen:

How to customize resulting posts with built in shortcodes?

You can use the following shortcodes in post title and content editing:

How to work with 'Random Sentence Generator'?

You can use the Random Sentence Generator by inserting list of sentences to the 'First List of Possible Sentences (%%random_sentence%%)' text field. Here, you can add full sentences, or sentences with variables. Variables are structured as: %something. A possible list of sentences can be:

You can define variables in the 'List of Possible Variables:' textfield. Here you can define values to variables, values which will be used in the random sentence forming. Variables can be defined as follows:
variable_name1 => variable_value1;variable_value2;variable_value3

variable_name2 => variable2_value1;variable2_value2;variable2_value3
You can also use variables in variable definition. Example:
noun_with_adjective => %noun;%adjective %noun
An example of variable definition:
adjective_very => %adjective;very %adjective;

adjective => clever;interesting;smart;huge;astonishing;unbelievable;nice;adorable;beautiful;elegant;fancy;glamorous;magnificent;helpful;awesome

noun_with_adjective => %noun;%adjective %noun

noun => plugin;WordPress plugin;item;ingredient;component;constituent;module;add-on;plug-in;addon;extension

nouns => plugins;WordPress plugins;items;ingredients;components;constituents;modules;add-ons;plug-ins;addons;extensions

love_it => love;adore;like;be mad for;be wild about;be nuts about;be crazy about

family => %adjective %family_members;%family_members

family_members => grandpa;brother;sister;mom;dad;grandma

sentence_ending => .;!;!!
These random sentences can be used in post titles or post content, by adding the %%random_sentence%% or %%random_sentence2%% shortcode.

Summary - top

Panopticon WordPress Search Engine is a simple, yet powerful tool you can use to create an autoblog with ease. The setup and settings of the plugin couldn't have been easier. Now, let's go and enjoy the results of this great plugin! Have fun using it!

Sources and Credits - top

This component was made by Szabi CodeRevolution, for more information and support contact us at [email protected]

Once again, thank you so much for purchasing this item. As I said at the beginning, I'd be glad to help you if you have any questions regarding this plugin and I'll do my best to assist.