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hello all,

I was wondering how some sites organise articles so that they can show a
list of "related articles".
How is it determined which are the related ones.

Is there any free script that includes such a feature?
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hello all,

I was wondering how some sites organise articles so that they can show a
list of "related articles".
How is it determined which are the related ones.


Below is another thread called "programming amazon-like recommendations". I
think it will help you a great deal.

floris
Jul 16 '05 #2

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Tomba:
I was wondering how some sites organise articles so that they can show a
list of "related articles".
If your system is based on an SQL database you just create a table to hold
the relationships. If you have some other way to store the data you just
have to figure out a suitable way.
How is it determined which are the related ones.


I think most simply expect the article writer (or possibly the editor) to
make the connections.

André Nęss
Jul 16 '05 #3

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