If supported by the frontend template, the search input field will be displayed (or not) accordingly to this setting.
The template which should be used for the search result page. The search results are always stored in the main block (ID=1), so make sure you did not use that block for the header image or something else of the sort.
HTML-Code which is displayed on top of the search results, can be altered according to your needs. The terms in brackets and capitals are placeholders which are replaced by the corresponsing values in the frontend output.
The text which appears under the (search) header and on top of the results. Feel free to use HTML and placeholders.
The HTML code which is generated for every single appearance of the given search term. You can use several placeholders:
Text (HTML) which appears under the last item of the result loop
Text which is displayed when nothing was found
The text which is displayed under the results footer, should not be mixed up with the global footer
Defines the order in which search results from the modules which support the internal search engine should be displayed. Has no impact on whether the search results of a certain module are displayed or not.
Limitation on how many excerpts containing the search term should be displayed. Unfortunately, this is not a pagination of the search results (which simply is not available).
Time limit in milliseconds to generate the excepts (0 = no limit). If you run into performance problems while executing a search, try changing this value.
* displayed only in "advanced" view.