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Dear all
In my database, i have tons of information, how can i build the
"tags" page? How to measure which keyword is meaningful ?
thanks
from Peter (cm****@hotmail.com)
Aug 14 '08 #1
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Message-ID: <48********@127.0.0.1from Peter contained the following:
In my database, i have tons of information, how can i build the
"tags" page? How to measure which keyword is meaningful ?
thanks
I feel a 'Jerry' coming on...

And your php question would be?

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Aug 14 '08 #2

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Peter wrote:
Dear all
In my database, i have tons of information, how can i build the
"tags" page? How to measure which keyword is meaningful ?
thanks
from Peter (cm****@hotmail.com)
First you have to define "meaningful". Any word will be more or less
"meaningful" depending on the person using it and the context in which
it is being used. We can't help you on that part.

Once you've figured that out, it shouldn't be too hard to build the rest
of the page. Just build an array with the tag and it's "level of
meaningfulness", sort by the level and display the tags.

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Aug 14 '08 #3

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Geoff Berrow wrote:
Message-ID: <48********@127.0.0.1from Peter contained the following:
> In my database, i have tons of information, how can i build the
"tags" page? How to measure which keyword is meaningful ?
thanks

I feel a 'Jerry' coming on...

And your php question would be?
Actually, there is some PHP question buried here - but he's got a ways
to go before he gets there :-)

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JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
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Aug 14 '08 #4

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