People and Image search is not supported by Microsoft Search Server and Search server express.
The XSLT Template settings for the SharePoint Search Result Web Part enable you to control the HTML format of the result list created by the part. The format you choose should be closely tied to the purpose of the result list. For example, you will usually use a different format for a page designed to show lists of documents from one that lists people or images.
The XML that is emitted by the Ontolica SharePoint Search Result Web Part supplies document titles, descriptions and URLs plus whatever metadata is available. Your XSLT template must be able to parse this data and arrange it to create hypertext links, image links, tables, etc., as needed. The following default templates are supplied for this web part:
• Default.xsl: Provides a list of found documents and information about those documents. The content and appearance is similar to that known from Web search engines. Output features actions menus; hit highlighting and custom property displays.
• DefaultDetails.xsl: Displays many details about a single result and includes buttons for viewing properties and adding the found document to the current user’s alert and/or link list. This is intended to be used on a page that is the target of a “show details” search-result action. See also “Search-Result Actions”.
• DocumentLibrary.xsl: Formats the output so that it resembles a standard SharePoint document library.
• Images.xsl: Formats output into an image gallery, with preview images and details suitable for describing images, such as image size and file name. An actions menu is also provided for each image.
• People.xsl: Formats output of people searches, with results showing an image and contact details. The format features an online status indicator, an actions menu on each person and the display of custom profile properties.
• PeopleGallery.xsl: Formats output of people searches, with results showing an image and contact details. The format is optimized for shown several people at once.
• XML.xsl: passes the XML generated by the web part without transforming it to HTML. Usually, you will only use this during development and testing.
See “Web Part XSLT Templates” for complete details about how to use the settings in the XSL Template area and for advice for how to create and edit templates for Ontolica.