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implementing "search" on my site

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Where can I find information on implementing a search function on my
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Troels F. Smit
Jul 17 '05 #1
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In article <c5**********@news.net.uni-c.dk>,
"Troels F. Smit" <sm**@NOSPAM.ehp.dk> wrote:
Where can I find information on implementing a search function on my
site ?


I use this search engine:

<http://www.phpdig.net/>

JP

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Jul 17 '05 #2

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"Troels F. Smit" <sm**@NOSPAM.ehp.dk> wrote in message news:<c5**********@news.net.uni-c.dk>...
Where can I find information on implementing a search function on my
site ?


Google is your friend. <http://www.google.com/search?q=php+search>

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Jul 17 '05 #3

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Troels F. Smit <sm**@nospam.ehp.dk> wrote:
Where can I find information on implementing a search function on my
site ?


2 that I recommend:

ht://Dig

(http://www.htdig.org/)

ht://Dig is very easy to set up, but lacks proximity support ("phrase
matching"). I like it because it's easy to set up.

Swish-e

http://www.swish-e.org/ (I think)

swish-e is a *lot* harder to set up, I still haven't got the context
stuff working right, but it's as fast as ht://Dig and supports proximity
searching. ("phrase matching") and seems to have a bit more in terms of
ranking.

I'm using swish-e most of the time these days, but don't overlook
ht://Dig if it fits your needs or you don't want to spend a day reading
the documentation.

Both are pretty darn fast and impressive.

Jamie
Jul 17 '05 #4

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On 2004-04-16, th******@yahoo.com <th******@yahoo.com> wrote:
Troels F. Smit <sm**@nospam.ehp.dk> wrote:
Where can I find information on implementing a search function on my
site ?


2 that I recommend:

ht://Dig

(http://www.htdig.org/)

ht://Dig is very easy to set up, but lacks proximity support ("phrase
matching"). I like it because it's easy to set up.

Swish-e

http://www.swish-e.org/ (I think)

swish-e is a *lot* harder to set up, I still haven't got the context
stuff working right, but it's as fast as ht://Dig and supports proximity
searching. ("phrase matching") and seems to have a bit more in terms of
ranking.

I'm using swish-e most of the time these days, but don't overlook
ht://Dig if it fits your needs or you don't want to spend a day reading
the documentation.

Both are pretty darn fast and impressive.

Jamie


Thanks Jamie :-)
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Troels F. Smit
Jul 17 '05 #5

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