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Adding \\{searchboxquery?} to your Search Results Web Parts content source should work. If you are redirected to osssearchresults.aspx it sounds like you have changed the settings on the Search Box Web Part, make sure the setting; Send queries to other Web Parts on this page is checked, and your Search Result Web Part is marked as retriever.


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If you are new to SharePoint this might look a bit weird as you are putting JavaScript in a SharePoint Calculated Column with some not-so-friendly syntax; But if you take you time and take the documented steps step-by-step you can rework the Search field in a View Step by step instructions: http://viewmaster365.com/#/Create/SearchFilter in step #1 you ...


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The default Blog site uses a lookup field called "PostCategory". (This is a crappy old approach, they should use MMS.) There is no default Managed Property for the crawled property ows_PostCategory, so you'll need to map that to a Refinable property. Depending on whether you are an administrator you can do this in the SSA or in the search site collection. ...


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TLDR: This request is not possible as stated due to text "titles" not being the same as a page's <title> Reasoning: The requestor was asking to change the title of the Search Results to the color the first line of the page uses (what she referred to as the "title" of the page). However, the search result title and her top-of-the-page "title" are not ...


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You should be able to use the Title managed property with the query ContentClass=STS_Web.


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In long run below process will help you Create a document content type Create a site column client and add to the content type Create a site column year and add to the content type Go to list settings and attach the newly created content type Search will capture all the data and it will be easily manageable.


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Yes, it is possible, with a custom refiner implementation.


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Try if these steps helps you Go to Central Admin -> Manage Service Applications -> Search You will see a link to your Content Sources. If you edit that it will give you the opportunity to setup a schedule for both Full and Incremental indexing You can run a full crawl, once completed you will have results if everything is configured correctly



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