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When I search in my web guide, it does not search for bookmarks or topics, only book titles. How can I change this setting so that it searches for bookmarks and topics as well?

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When I search in my web guide, it does not search for bookmarks or topics, only book titles. How can I change this setting so that it searches for bookmarks and topics as well?

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When I search in my web guide, it does not search for bookmarks or topics, only book titles. How can I change this setting so that it searches for bookmarks and topics as well?

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This is my User Guide. Why is it that when I search for 'Navigation Bar' it does not show up in search results? How can I fix this? I know there's 'Enable Context Search' but this is just one of many topics.

I'm trying to figure out how I can make 'Navigation Bar' and other bookmarks or topics appear in the search results. The only thing that shows up in my search results are the actually TOC books. People need to be able to search these without having to look inside each TOC book.

I'm really surprised nobody has figured this out yet.

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The search looks at the content of topics (I believe including meta tags such as meta description or meta keywords, but I'm not sure about anchor tags). The ToC is simply a navigation aid, so cannot itself be searched on (my intepretation, not an official description )

Because you only get 4 results, I assume you just have a few topics containing multiple headings (so a topic "Getting Started" which contains headings for Login, Navigation Bar, Date & Time and Tabs) which you have separately added to the ToC.

You have search highlight turned on, so the applicable words will be highlighted when you go into the topic so you can easily find each occurance in the topic.

If you would like Login, Navigation Bar etc to show up as separate results in search, you will need to split that information into separate topics.

HTH

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