The Search Input details allow customisation of the search bar on your website.
In this section, you will find how to change settings in the search bar, the actions behind the search bar and where the search should be placed on your website.
In this section, you can set the toggle to enable Salesfire Search on your website.
Default Form Submission
In this section you can choose whether to also submit a search through your website’s default search when a submission is made through the Salesfire Search.
This action is usually completed upon a customer searching and hitting return to action the search.
If the Default Form Submission is enabled, the default search will be Salesfire Search. If the Default Form Submission is disabled, on hitting return the search will default to your site's native search.
Remember Search Query
Autofill the search box with your visitor's last search query, allowing shoppers to continue where they left off when revisiting the site, making the shopping journey seamless.
When enabled, Navigation Detection will allow site visitors to open and perform a search based on the search query entered.
Character Input to Open Search
This will require a minimum number of characters to be entered into the search bar in order for the full search display to open.
Specify the CSS selector for your search box. This is a required field to indicate where Search will appear on your website.
For further assistance in locating the input selector for the search class please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Select from the placeholder options available for the search appearance within the search placement on your website.
Choose the text that you would like to display in the Search box before it is clicked. The placeholder text encourages a shopper to use your search box and enter their query.
You can choose from our default text options or add your own message, we recommend asking a question to capture the shopper’s attention.