[thelist] php search within site

Paul Clerkin - HR Adworks pclerkin at hradworks.ca
Thu Jan 18 15:44:09 CST 2007

I have used http://www.phpdig.net/ for a few years on my personal site.
Works well currently (over 20k) pages in database 

Paul Clerkin - Web Developer
HR Adworks - 280 Smith Street, MB, R3C 1K2
mbjobs - 100% Manitoba Jobs

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[mailto:thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org] On Behalf Of Sarah Adams
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> How does people write their own search engine for their sites?
> I used to create a database where the individual content of the pages are
stored in the database records.  This seems not to be a really good way
since its more troublesome.
> Is there any tutorial or discussion on the other website that talk about

You might want to take a look at a some popular open-source solutions to see
how they do it. I've heard good things about these:

sarah adams
web developer & programmer
portfolio: http://sarah.designshift.com
blog: http://hardedge.ca

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