Creating documents in Elasticsearch

In this tutorial: Creating a document in Elasticsearch with an existing ID Creating a document in Elasticsearch without an existing ID Individual entries within Elasticsearch are referred to as documents. These documents contain various entries that relate to a single record and are stored in the appropriate index. For example, an index named customers may Read More >

Working with indexes in Elasticsearch

Indexes in Elasticsearch are collections of data that hold similar characteristics. For example, if you had an index of web hosting plans, it would contain several documents such as shared, VPS, dedicated, and reseller. Simply put, indexes allow you to group similar data together to search through those related items. In this tutorial: Listing indexes Read More >

Editing your WordPress wp-config.php file

If you need to make changes to your WordPress installation, such as the site URL, database name, or many other things, you would typically do so within your wp-config.php file. If you are not familiar with the wp-config.php file, it defines the basic configuration of your WordPress site. Think of it as the basic blueprint that WordPress operates on. Read More >

How to install Elasticsearch

Elasticsearch is an incredibly powerful search engine in which data can be stored and recalled in real-time. Because of the speed and reliability of Elasticsearch, it is highly recommended if you are searching through large amounts of data on a regular basis. Thanks to projects like ElasticPress, it can also be used easily within WordPress Read More >