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Creating a Solid Solr Search Experience with Drupal [February 20, 2013]

Creating a Solid Solr Search Experience with Drupal [February 20, 2013]

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For Drupalists, understanding how to navigate the landscape of search modules and what fits your site best can be daunting. Once you've selected a module, choosing specific functionality to implement -- and figuring out how -- adds further complexity. This webinar will focus on strategies and best practices on building a superior search experience and will include a walk through of the modules and configurations that are required to achieve it.

Although the tools and techniques can be leveraged by any Drupal site that is integrated with the Apache Solr search engine, the demonstrations in this webinar will be conducted on Acquia Search. Acquia Search allows you to leverage the full power of Solr without any expertise required.

Some highlights for best practice implementation include:
• Faceted navigation
• Implementing rich search result snippets
• Relevancy tuning

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Wednesday, February 20, 2013
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Posted on by Winn Jewett.

It would be nice if the video were available in HD.

Posted on by Rene Cravioto.

lower the res on your monitor before recording the webinar or record in HD !!!

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