Having a better search engine in order to include subtitles and doc content in the search.
Right, I've voted for the content of this proposal, not the title. I think something like Elasticlunr (https://github.com/weixsong/elasticlunr.js/) or Lunr.js (https://lunrjs.com) would do the trick for 99% of docz sites.
Improved search would be great. I agree with Jared, let's see if we can avoid Algolia, especially since the data can be determined at build-time and isn't necessarily dynamic for most use cases. We could probably create a JSON file of all the searchable contents and have that json file lazy-loaded when the user starts searching. For most cases this should be sufficient. If someone has a HUGE site with a lot of content, then they can do their own thing with their own theme/service. Or perhaps this could be pluggable.
@Kent C. Dodds: That's the type of search feature I'd like to have integrated.👍
An improved search could be nice, but I'm not sure about adding a service that, at its core, is a paid service is the correct solution. Algolia, as I understand it, would require anyone that is using docz for internal projects to sign up for their service. This is something that would require a shift for us as a company if it were to come to pass. I suppose it could be an opt-in feature though...
Yes, searching for words in the document itself is one of my biggest wants right now.