[thelist] Site-Search engines

Vicki vtech at betagraph.com
Tue Feb 22 09:06:18 CST 2005

I like csSearchPro. http://www.cgiscript.net/site_apps.htm

It only costs $25, and is easy to set up and use. You can set it up to
search the entire site or leave out any files/directories you want to be
ignored. It provides stats on searched terms. And you can "index" the site
for faster searches.

See it in use here:  http://www.jcrs.com/search_jcrs.htm. This site has tons
of information about jewelry, so try a search term like "moissonite"
(synthetic diamond).

Vicki Brightbill
vtech at betagraph.com 


Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2005 17:36:14 -0800
From: "Ed McCarroll" <Ed at ComSimplicity.com>
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A nonprofit client wants me to recommend a search engine for their site.  It
needs to be low priced, and non-intrusive regarding branding.  Does anyone
have a favorite?

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