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VF says
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greenline says

An example case: http://codecanyon.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=icons

I just used the Tamper Firefox plugin to watch requests done when selecting “Sort by relevance”. The search is using a lot of parametrized calls to http://webtrends.com, so the search algorithm it’s not an Envato in-house implemented algorithm, it’s more complex.

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ZozoUI says


An example case: http://codecanyon.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=icons
I just used the Tamper Firefox plugin to watch requests done when selecting “Sort by relevance”. The search is using a lot of parametrized calls to http://webtrends.com, so the search algorithm it’s not an Envato in-house implemented algorithm, it’s more complex.

I think we should don’t care about algorithm. Only think which is important for us and everyone is the search function and it’s order. This has nothing to do with simple or complex algorithm. It’s should be fair to buyers and authors.

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