kristina <mailto:ml at kfxdesign.net> wrote: > All thoughts, comments & criticisms gratefully received. octopus didn't work. i searched for "date()" and it choked on the (). here is the exact error i'm seeing... -- Cannot parse search string: [date()] Encountered ")" at line 1, column 6. Was expecting one of: <NOT> ... "+" ... "-" ... "(" ... <QUOTED> ... <NUMBER> ... <TERM> ... <WILDTERM> ... <RANGEIN> ... <RANGEEX> ... -- so instead i tried "date function" and i was given this link as the first result: http://php.resourceindex.com/Functions_and_Classes/Date_and_Time/ then i went to google and searched for "php date function" and got this as the first result: www.php.net/date i didn't take much time to read the intro page so maybe these questions are answered there. 1. considering google's result is from the horse's mouth, how is octopus supposed to help me? 2. where does octopus get it's results from? do you people do your own indexing? chris.