After a just over month in beta, site search is now ready for release to the entire Webflow community. With complete control over design and search engine content, you’ll have everything you need to build the search your projects need. Site search is included on all sites on CMS and Business hosting. (To jump right into learning, check out our new site search guide on Webflow University).
Here's a quick look at what today's release includes:
Add the search component to your page and style the layout and design of your search just as you’d style any form element.
Once you add search to your site, you’ll see a new search results utility page, which you can style to any layout you have in mind — with search result styling working similarly to styling Collection lists and CMS content.
Beyond design, you can exclude specific pages, Collections, or even elements from search so your results are the best they can be.
To learn all there is to know about how to add search to your Webflow sites, check out the new site search guide on Webflow University. For more on today's release, head to the blog to read up on what's included.
Now you can add search, customize your search results page, and even control the content in your search engine — all in Webflow.