If a search engine can find it, so can you. Quickly locate indexable content site-wide with fuzzy search. No registration necessary.
Adjust it from
_index.md in the site
├── archetypes ├── content │ └── search │ └── _index.md ├── static ├── themes
If the file doesn’t exist, yet create it:
$ hugo new search/_index.md
And specify the
Output Format in site config:
[outputs] home = ["HTML", "RSS", "JSON"] section = ["HTML", "RSS", "JSON"]
JSONwhile keeping the
Once activated your site will begin outputting an
index.json file during generation, giving fuzzy search the data it needs to help you locate pages.
Try it by navigating to domain.example/search, entering a search query and using Tab to navigate between search results.