CMS 10.6 Indexing Page Types

Administrators can include page types (i.e., page schemas) in search indexing. Once configured, search indexing includes all the searchable content within the selected page types. End users receive search results from indexed content in the selected page types when their search queries match the indexed content.

To index a page type:
  1. Navigate to Administration > InSite Search > Indexing.
  2. Select the Page Types tab in the InSite Search Configuration area.
    The Page Types to Index list displays.
  3. Select the publishing target that will include the page types in its search indexing via the Publishing Target drop-down list.
    If multiple publishing target search indexes will include the selected page types, then, after you finish setting your configurations, you can batch apply the settings to multiple publishing targets.

    Publishing Target Drop-Down List

  4. Select one or more page types you want to index from the list.
    You can use the Find Page Types field to search for page types in the list.

    InSite Search > Indexing > Page Types Tab

  5. Select Save.
  6. Optional: If you want to batch apply your InSite Search configuration changes to additional publishing targets, then complete the following steps.
    This tool batch applies your other InSite Search configuration changes (i.e., boost and custom settings) along with your indexing settings to the additional publishing targets. After batch applying these changes, previous configurations cannot be recovered.
    1. Select Apply All Settings to... in the bottom-right corner of the InSite Search configuration pane.

      Apply All Settings to... Button

      The Apply to Publishing Targets dialog displays.

      Add to Publishing Targets Dialog

    2. Select the additional publishing targets where you want your InSite Search configuration changes to apply, and click OK.
      You can use the Publishing Target Name field to search for available publishing targets.
    The system applies your InSite Search configuration changes to the other publishing targets.