Site search settings
You can control what content displays for the search title in the Page Settings for all of your site’s static pages and Collection Pages. For Collection Pages, this content can be pulled from any field, similar to how you’d configure SEO and Open Graph settings.
Similarly, you can set a custom search description and a search image for each of your pages, or pull in that content from the SEO description and the OG image.
Control what content displays in search results under your Page Settings.
Displaying content “type”
You can use the search description field to add additional information to your search results. For example, say you want to show visitors what type of content a specific search result by displaying the blog post category alongside the result.
Display additional information in search results by getting creative with the search description field.
Simply add your category name to the search description field, then connect a text field in your search results layout to the search description field, then style as you wish.
Example: use this new field to display the type of content that a search result is.
Adding a search results thumbnail
You can also set a search image under your Page Settings, just as you’d set an OG image. Once you’ve added a search image, you can add this image to your search results by connecting an image element to that search image field. You can also set the search image as the source for a background image on a div.
Want to add images to your search results? Not a problem.