The search is designed for provide you as results as possible based in the input criteria.
Also, the search engine is smart:
- No matters if you write in lowercase or uppercase, search is insensitive.
- No matters if you don’t write the right query, search is typo tolerance.
This means, even if you don’t sure about the right name for a brand or model, the search engine try to resolve the query gracefully.
On the other hand, if you want to perform a exact search, disabling this default behavior, just the thing you have to do is enter the query using
Maybe you are interested in exclude a particular set of results.
That’s useful when you are looking for good prices closest to a brand, but you wnat to exclude a set of models (for example, you are interested in slalom models and you want to exclude wave or freestyle models)
You can use the
- symbol for this action, in this case,
Search in a search
The aside filters make possible refine the current search, but also provide you extra information: It shows you the distribution of the data, and you can get a more high level vision about what brands are more present in the market.
One consideration here is that the component have a search inside. In the screenshot you see a total of 10 brands, but this doesn’t means that in the search alive more than 200 brands: The brands filter is showing you just the Top10 more present brands.
You can use the internal search (or expand the component) for see the rest.