I’m struggling to publish to webflow.io to test out the search script filter (from finsweet). I’ve checked for DNS errors and cleared my cache.
This webflow.io link leads me to a 404 page not found error. What am I missing? Since preview doesn’t allow me to test the search filter script:
- Is there another way to test scripts without publishing it to webflow.io?
- Is there an easier way to allow visitors to search CMS collections, aside from using jetboost or finsweet scripts?
Pages are just static HTML. I frequently load them into codepen and debug there so I don’t need to make round trips during debugging. You could also do that locally.
No, but there are orther third party integrations available with actual search products. Take a look in the University.
As for the publishing issue; If it was pervasive there would be a notice on status.webflow.com which shows as clear. Try publishing again and be sure to follow the link from your project settings or from the designer. I this persists, then open a ticket with support.
Thank you for this. I ended up using no code flow - although their search bar is limited to searching in one cms collection item.