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<LocationBias /> displays the location information that the SearchHeadless state is using to influence search results. If you scroll to the bottom of a Google search page, you’ll see an example of location bias in search.

Search UI React will use IP device location by default. However, the <LocationBias /> component allows the user to update the SearchHeadless state to use their HTML5 location if they click on the “Update your location” button.

Here’s what <LocationBias /> looks like placed below <VerticalResults /> :

Basic Example

It’s a common UX practice to place the <LocationBias /> component under the <UniversalResults /> or <VerticalResults /> like below:

import {
  SearchBar,
  StandardCard,
  VerticalResults,
  LocationBias,
} from "@yext/search-ui-react";
import { useSearchActions } from "@yext/search-headless-react";
import { useEffect } from "react";

const App = (): JSX.Element => {
  const searchActions = useSearchActions();

  useEffect(() => {
    searchActions.setVertical("locations");
  }, []);

  return (
    <div className="flex justify-center px-4 py-6">
      <div className="w-full max-w-5xl">
        <SearchBar />
        <VerticalResults CardComponent={StandardCard} />
        <LocationBias />
      </div>
    </div>
  );
};

export default App;

Customizations

Like the rest of our components, you can customize the elements of <LocationBias /> using the customCssClasses prop.

Text Styling

Adding the following styling change how the text appears in the component:

<LocationBias
  customCssClasses={{
    location: "font-bold",
    source: "text-gray-800",
    button: "font-semibold text-blue-500",
  }}
/>

Component API

Prop Description Default Type
customCssClasses? (Optional) CSS classes for customizing the component styling. LocationBiasCssClasses
geolocationOptions? (Optional) Configuration used when collecting the user’s location. PositionOptions
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