I am running a pretty simple SharePoint 2010 Standard site collection. Right now, there are only three sites, two team sites (a parent site and a child site) and a basic search center. Currently, content is being crawled from both the parent site and the child site. Both of these sites, coincidentally, point to the search center for their search functions. When a search is run from either site, it searches the entire site collection. What I would like to do is when a user searches from the child site, it only pulls results from the child site itself. Now, I understand I could just use the default search feature for the child site. However, as far as I am aware, this prevents you from being able to configure the search results. Is there anyway to setup this functionality in SharePoint 2010?
- The search results must be configurable
- The search selection happens automatically (based on the site the user is currently viewing) without users needed to select a scope or site