Release Notes

Here you can find an overview of major feature upgrades that come with each script version. Usually you can upgrade by simply changing the version number in your javascript such as -v9.min.s => -v10.min.js. The only exception is v11, which has more significant changes. Instead, you can use this handy migration guide to upgrade the script super easily.

V11

  • Enhanced tracking
  • Tabbed navigation
  • Voice Search (Chrome only)
  • Smart 404 pages
  • Grid layout out of the box
  • Disabling cookies (take that GDPR)
  • Semantically structured configuration object
  • Search result count now depends on the number of results available to the user in the current context
  • Search results are progressively loaded resulting in even shorter loading times (depending on your page size) and a more compact DOM structure
  • Search result count in navigation can be disabled ()
  • Redirect on single search result option ()
  • Since v11 has a lot of significant changes, you can't upgrade by simply changing the version number in your javascript. Please refer to this migration guide instead.

V10

  • Boosting Accessibilty: Section 509, WCAG 2.0, Google Lighthouse - our search has since been chosen by the accessibility developer guide
  • Improvements for mobile devices
  • Global endpoints: performance improvements due to the global distribution. Your users are now always redirected to the closest server.

V9

  • Completely removed jQquery, no more dependencies
  • Full screen search style
  • Style can be configured within ss360 config, not only CSS

V8

  • Behaves like Windows 9 and iPhone 9, i.e. it never existed :)

V7

  • Many style changes
  • Darkened background for layover
  • Search suggestions can contain HTML
  • Integration with Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager
  • Focus and blur callbacks
  • Easier redirects to search pages via configuration
  • Showing or hiding links in search results
  • Ignoring and renaming the "other" content group
  • Showing "did you mean" for spelling correction

V6

  • Top or side navigation
  • Sorting options based on data points, e.g. date or relevance

V5

  • Initial Public Release