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This post focusses on the creation process for a multi-value search refiner control. This control will be very much the same as the default multi-value refiner, but has a bit more flexibility, and gives you a good starting point for applying your own customizations. Default Multi-Value Refinement Control First let me tell you how the...

 

In previous posts I showed you how you to build your own Search Control Refiners. This post will focus on the JavaScript methods that can be used for refinement. There are a couple of them, but when do you need to use which refiner method? I'll split this post up in sections to describe the...

 

In this blog post part of the search refiner control series, I'll show how to create a dropdown search refiner control. To make it a bit special, I've added the functionality of showing the filters that were available before the results were refined. Note: for this post I start with the file I created in...

 

In the previous posts I explained how to create a new refiner control, but there is one search data type that needs some special attention. The search data type that will be explained in this post is the FileType. In this post I'll show you the things that are so special about working with filetypes....

 

In the previous post I explained how to create your first search refiner control template. The template that was created wasn't that useful, because it missed the refinement actions. In this post I explain how to add these refinement actions to your template and what to do once results are refined. Note: For this post...

 

In the first part of this blog post series about custom search refiner controls, I'll describe what is minimal needed to create a clean refiner control display template. This template can later be used as a starter's template for the creation of other refinement controls. Create a New Search Refiner Control Template The first thing...