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entropy search

Does this work on php pages? My search is not picking up any of my php
pages

May 4 '06 #1
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Nancy wrote:
Does this work on php pages? My search is not picking up any of my php
pages


What are you talking about?
May 4 '06 #2
Ksu
it gone to zero )))
i dont get what is entropy for you and how it could be searched

May 4 '06 #3
Nancy wrote:
Does this work on php pages? My search is not picking up any of my php
pages


That's because your PHP pages have returned to their state of inert
uniforimty and are indistinguishable from each other.

May 4 '06 #4
Entropy search is a site search enginge provided by my web server. The
provider claims it should be indexing php, but it is not without us
creating a shadow file. Our php pages are htmls with php includes. I am
trying to figure out a code that would alert the engine to include
these pages. I hope this makes sense.

May 4 '06 #5

Treefrog wrote:
Nancy wrote:
Does this work on php pages? My search is not picking up any of my php
pages


That's because your PHP pages have returned to their state of inert
uniforimty and are indistinguishable from each other.


Does that mean PHP pages are Bosons?

May 5 '06 #6
Nancy wrote:
Entropy search is a site search enginge provided by my web server. The
provider claims it should be indexing php, but it is not without us
creating a shadow file. Our php pages are htmls with php includes.
Hi,

Just curious: How can a html page contain a PHP-include?
AFAIK: A html-page is returned by the webserver as-is, and a 'php-include'
doesn't make sense to me in a html-page. :-/

And what is a shadow-file in this context?

I am trying to figure out a code that would alert the engine to include
these pages. I hope this makes sense.


I still don't get it sorry.
I must be thick as a brick. (c) Jethro Tull
Regards,
Erwin Moller
May 8 '06 #7

Erwin Moller wrote:
Nancy wrote:
Entropy search is a site search enginge provided by my web server. The
provider claims it should be indexing php, but it is not without us
creating a shadow file. Our php pages are htmls with php includes.


Hi,

Just curious: How can a html page contain a PHP-include?
AFAIK: A html-page is returned by the webserver as-is, and a 'php-include'
doesn't make sense to me in a html-page. :-/

And what is a shadow-file in this context?

I am
trying to figure out a code that would alert the engine to include
these pages. I hope this makes sense.


I still don't get it sorry.
I must be thick as a brick. (c) Jethro Tull


You could configure Apache (or whatever) to associate .htm files with
PHP, thus every page on the site would get parsed. You could then, add
a simple <? include('entropy.php'); ?> at the top of all the pages...

I'm not sure what the OP is trying to do, but I'm nearly certain
there's an easier way ;o)

May 8 '06 #8

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