The Search component allows you to insert a search field on your AEM page. You can define the scope of the search to look for pages in a particular area of your site.
When should it be used?
Use the Search component in conjunction with the Search Widget component. The Search page serves as a 'results page' for your Search Widget.
Note: You should not use the Search Component to allow your visitors to search your entire site. A site-specific search box is included automatically on the top-right corner of every page for that purpose.
In-Component Editing Options
Path to search in - Allows you to define the scope of your search
Search button text - The name displayed on the actual search button
Statistics text - The text displayed above the search results (e.g., "Results 1 - 10")
No results text - If there are no results, the text entered here is displayed
Spellcheck text - If someone enters a similar term, this text is displayed before the term (e.g., "Did you mean")
Similar pages text - The text that is displayed next to a result for similar pages. Click this link to see pages that have similar content
Related searches text - The text that appears next to searches for related terms and topics
Search trends text - The title above the search terms entered by visitor
Results page text - The text that appears at the bottom of the list of results with links to other results pages
Previous label - The text label for the link to previous search result pages
Next label - The text label for the link to subsequent search result pages
Example of Search component usage