It depends on the data storage system you use, and the more you get deeper with it the more you get it more customized for your own site, i mean that when you do it with the natural PHP APIs it's better rather than obtaining a ready-made search system, however if you want to use a ready-made one check ht://Dig(http://www.htdig.org/), it's the one used by PHP.net in the site search (whole site search) ... good search :)


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