[PHP] Re: PHP Search Engine

2005-11-08 Thread Nadim Attari
HI All, Has anyone on here created a search engine in PHP? I have project to create a search engine that will search about 50K or so pages of information on 100 or so various domain names. What have you all done in the past? PHPdig was a failure. Do you recommend any of the ones

Re: [PHP] Search Engine with MySQL

2005-01-25 Thread Richard Lynch
Phillip S. Baker wrote: Greetings all, I just serached the records and found this topic. This nearly answers my question but not completely. I have a search field and a class that I found that will explode queries into an array based on boolean values and such. Which is great so I get all

Re: [PHP] Search engine

2005-01-20 Thread Jordi Canals
On Thu, 20 Jan 2005 14:04:44 +0200, Rosen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Can someone recommend me a search engine script in PHP for inside one site? http://www.phpdig.net/ Regards, Jordi -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] Search engine

2005-01-20 Thread Ben Edwards
This kind of depends on what database you are using (I am asuming you mean you have a data driven site you want to search so strictly speaking it is the database that you want to search). Mysl has free text search facilities (i.e. you can pass it a number of words and it can search for them in a

Re: [PHP] Search engine

2005-01-20 Thread Rosen
I try many scripts for searching, but they don't work how I want. The problem is, that part of site is static text ( not in database ) , other part ( products ) are in MySQL database - this part is generating from PHP scripts. Ben Edwards [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL

Re: [PHP] Search engine

2005-01-20 Thread Ben Edwards
Looks like you will have to write your own. Have a look at the scripts you have and see how they do it. One option is to write the 'static' pages into the database as well as the file system. I personaly put all content into a database and do not really have any static pages atall. Ben On

Re: [PHP] Search engine

2005-01-20 Thread Rosen
But here the problem is, that the texts in database uses from different scripts and on the search engine I should show and link to the sctipt, thath shows searched data. My idea was for search script, who explore the whole site (as generated from PHP scripts - via links ). Ben Edwards [EMAIL

Re: [PHP] Search engine

2005-01-20 Thread Robert Sossomon
Why not use PHP to create static pages from your dynamic info (say 5 minutes after the data is update?) and allow for the system to search the site then? I have noticed that I don't even have to do that for the search spiders from Google and yahoo to trawl my site and get everything, so maybe

[PHP] Search indexing.. Re: [PHP] Search engine

2005-01-20 Thread tg-php
Just out of curiosity.. relating to this subject.. does anyone have any good documentation on creating your own site index so you can create your own search engine? That is.. do search engines like Google take every word in a web page and if you search for that specific word it has a list of

Re: [PHP] Search engine

2005-01-20 Thread Greg Donald
On Thu, 20 Jan 2005 14:04:44 +0200, Rosen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can someone recommend me a search engine script in PHP for inside one site? Use HTDig. Here's a tutorial on how to use it and how to write a PHP wrapper around the result set for total customization of the display results:

Re: [PHP] Search indexing.. Re: [PHP] Search engine

2005-01-20 Thread Greg Donald
On Thu, 20 Jan 2005 8:16:28 -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just out of curiosity.. relating to this subject.. does anyone have any good documentation on creating your own site index so you can create your own search engine? http://www.devshed.com/c/a/PHP/Search-This/ --

Re: [PHP] Search Engine Friendly URLs

2005-01-16 Thread Greg Donald
On Fri, 14 Jan 2005 13:46:54 -0500, Josh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am converting a site to use includes instead of a Dreamweaver template. I want the URLs to look like this: www.my-site1234.com/contact instead of www.my-site1234.com/default.php?p=contact. I found some tutorials on editing

Re: [PHP] Search Engine Friendly URLs

2005-01-15 Thread Robby Russell
On Fri, 2005-01-14 at 13:46 -0500, Josh wrote: I am converting a site to use includes instead of a Dreamweaver template. I want the URLs to look like this: www.my-site1234.com/contact instead of www.my-site1234.com/default.php?p=contact. I found some tutorials on editing the .htaccess file

Re: [PHP] Search engine : build a new one or use an alreadry existing one ?

2004-11-08 Thread Greg Donald
On Sun, 7 Nov 2004 19:10:32 -0400, robert mena [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I need to improve my current search mecanism but got stuck in a dilema : build one or use an existing engine? I recently put together a large company intranet site search using htdig and a simple php wrapper script:

Re: [PHP] Search engine : build a new one or use an alreadry existing one ?

2004-11-08 Thread Ben Ramsey
Greg Donald wrote: I need to improve my current search mecanism but got stuck in a dilema : build one or use an existing engine? I recently put together a large company intranet site search using htdig and a simple php wrapper script: http://www.devshed.com/c/a/PHP/Search-This/

Re: [PHP] Search engine : build a new one or use an alreadry existing one ?

2004-11-07 Thread Curt Zirzow
* Thus wrote robert mena: Hi, I need to improve my current search mecanism but got stuck in a dilema : build one or use an existing engine? My site, that uses php/smarty allows my users to browse products in a category listing or search. Currently my search only performs a 'select xxx

Re: [PHP] Search engine : build a new one or use an alreadry existing one ?

2004-11-07 Thread Noodles
Curt Zirzow wrote: * Thus wrote robert mena: Hi, I need to improve my current search mecanism but got stuck in a dilema : build one or use an existing engine? My site, that uses php/smarty allows my users to browse products in a category listing or search. Currently my search only performs a

Re: [PHP] Search engine : build a new one or use an alreadry existing one ?

2004-11-07 Thread Sadeq Naqashzade
Hi Can I use them (swish-e HtDig) for unicode scripts? Sadeq On Mon, 08 Nov 2004 13:49:32 +1300, Noodles [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Curt Zirzow wrote: * Thus wrote robert mena: Hi, I need to improve my current search mecanism but got stuck in a dilema : build one or use an existing

RE: [PHP] Search engine : build a new one or use an alreadry existing one ?

2004-11-07 Thread Nick Le Mouton
I believe swish-e does Unicode, but I'm not 100% sure Nick -Original Message- From: Sadeq Naqashzade [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, 8 November 2004 2:57 p.m. To: Noodles Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] Search engine : build a new one or use an alreadry existing one

RE: [PHP] search engine optimization and php

2004-06-08 Thread Aaron Wolski
Hi Edward, A few things first: 1) Match keyword to actual words in the file: Not sure what you are talking about but if you are referring to Meta tag keyword data... this has been primarily outdated for several years now. Do SE's read meta data? Yes and no, but rest assured if you are trying to

Re: [PHP] search engine optimization and php

2004-06-08 Thread Marek Kilimajer
Edward Peloke wrote: Just curious as to how people handle search engine optimization when most of the page content is dynically built from the db. Doesn't the bots need to crawl the static pages and match your keywords to actual words in the file? All pages are static once you load them, the

RE: [PHP] Search Engine

2003-08-01 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] Does anyone know any free search engine for web application [/snip] Google for web application? It's free. Oh, I get it! Google for free search engine for web application. HTH! -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] Search Engine

2003-08-01 Thread Curt Zirzow
* Thus wrote Jay Blanchard ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): Google for free search engine for web application. I always find it hard to search for the term 'free'. I'd like to see the day when you can do this in google: free search engine for web application -ignore_stupid_sites cheers, Curt -- I

RE: [PHP] Search Engine

2003-08-01 Thread Ralph Guzman
Check out: http://www.htdig.org/ -Original Message- From: imran [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, August 01, 2003 4:14 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Search Engine Hi, Does anyone know any free search engine for web application imee -- PHP General Mailing

RE: [PHP] SEARCH ENGINE

2003-06-26 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] First, thanks to Jim for the greeat tree-menu, we are just editing it. Ok, we are doing the tutorial for the Intranet of our University. There is just a lot of information and we want to give the user all the ways to find the information he's looking for. Hence, we need a great search

Re: [PHP] SEARCH ENGINE

2003-06-26 Thread Jeff Harris
On Jun 26, 2003, David Elìas Sánchez Vásquez claimed that: | |Hi folks | |First, thanks to Jim for the greeat tree-menu, we are just editing it. |Ok, we are doing the tutorial for the Intranet of our University. There is |just a lot of information and we want to give the user all the ways to find

RE: [PHP] Search engine

2003-03-21 Thread Boaz Yahav
Check out : http://www.weberdev.com/index.php3?GoTo=get_example.php3?count=1047 http://www.weberdev.com/index.php3?GoTo=get_example.php3?count=3570 http://www.weberdev.com/index.php3?GoTo=get_example.php3?count=3094 http://www.weberdev.com/index.php3?GoTo=get_example.php3?count=1340

[PHP] Re: Php Search Engine

2002-11-25 Thread Craig
hotscripts.com [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... I am in need of a search engine. I'd rather do one in PhP. Is there one available that I can see or at least get the code for? I'm a newbie to php. :) Krystal -- PHP General Mailing List

Re: [PHP] Search engine simulation...

2002-11-08 Thread Marco Tabini
You should be able to sort records and limit the output with MySQL... -- php|architect - The magazine for PHP Professionals The first monthly worldwide magazine dedicated to PHP programmer Come visit us at http://www.phparch.com! ---BeginMessage--- I'm making a php database

Re: [PHP] Search engine simulation...

2002-11-08 Thread R B
: [PHP] Search engine simulation... Date: 08 Nov 2002 13:09:57 -0500 You should be able to sort records and limit the output with MySQL... -- php|architect - The magazine for PHP Professionals The first monthly worldwide magazine dedicated to PHP programmer Come visit us at http

Re: [PHP] Search engine simulation...

2002-11-08 Thread R B
a php solution is the best, because is compatible with both versions. Thanks, Rodolfo From: Rodolfo Gonzalez [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: R B [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] Search engine simulation... Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2002 12:31:19 -0600 (CST) On Fri, 8 Nov 2002, R B wrote: Do you know a query

Re: [PHP] Search Engine Friend Dynamic Pages

2002-06-05 Thread Miguel Cruz
On Thu, 6 Jun 2002, Scott Reismanis wrote: Just a quick question regarding developing search engine friendly pages. Basically I am re-writing my site so that say mysite.com? page=supportaction=help becomes mysite.com/support/help/ Reason why is it looks nicer and is search engine friendly,

Re: [PHP] Search Engine Friend Dynamic Pages

2002-06-05 Thread Ashley M. Kirchner
Scott Reismanis wrote: Just a quick question regarding developing search engine friendly pages. Basically I am re-writing my site so that say mysite.com? page=supportaction=help becomes mysite.com/support/help/ Reason why is it looks nicer and is search engine friendly, as some search

Re: [PHP] Search Engine Friend Dynamic Pages

2002-06-05 Thread Scott Reismanis
Thanks for the feedback, once again timly and right on the money :) What you mention is what I thought, I just had doubts which I wished to clarify. - Original Message - From: Ashley M. Kirchner [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Thursday, June 6, 2002 2:46 pm Subject: Re: [PHP] Search Engine

Re: [PHP] Search Engine With Boolean Support --Please help

2002-05-12 Thread Matthew Ward
This is a bit of a tricky one, as a search engine isn't just some 10 line code you can quickly type and expect to work. It'd be quite complex, because you have to run several queries for each of the boolean types, and you also have to account somehow for case-sensitivity. I'm currently working

RE: [PHP] Search Engine With Boolean Support --Please help

2002-05-12 Thread Miguel Cruz
PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] Search Engine With Boolean Support --Please help On Sat, 11 May 2002, SpamSucks86 wrote: I need to have an internal search engine for my site. It needs to support Boolean (not, or, and). Are there any fairly simple scripts out there that will help me

Re: [PHP] Search Engine With Boolean Support --Please help

2002-05-11 Thread Miguel Cruz
On Sat, 11 May 2002, SpamSucks86 wrote: I need to have an internal search engine for my site. It needs to support Boolean (not, or, and). Are there any fairly simple scripts out there that will help me with this? Even if it's just to give me an idea of where to start. I'm using mySQL, and

RE: [PHP] Search Engine With Boolean Support --Please help

2002-05-11 Thread SpamSucks86
it will help me. -Original Message- From: Miguel Cruz [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Saturday, May 11, 2002 2:23 PM To: SpamSucks86 Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] Search Engine With Boolean Support --Please help On Sat, 11 May 2002, SpamSucks86 wrote: I need to have an internal

Re: [PHP] Search engine indexing

2002-05-02 Thread Rasmus Lerdorf
yup On Tue, 30 Apr 2002, Charl wrote: Are PHP files indexed the same way as plain HTML files by search engines? -- Charl -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To

Re: [PHP] Search engine indexing

2002-05-02 Thread Miguel Cruz
On Tue, 30 Apr 2002, Charl wrote: Are PHP files indexed the same way as plain HTML files by search engines? Search engines don't know or care how pages were generated (PHP, ASP, Perl, telekinesis, cosmic rays, etc.). They'll slurp up anything with HTML or text on it. Some will read PDFs and

RE: [PHP] Search engine indexing

2002-05-02 Thread John Holmes
Most will index a plain PHP page just like an .html page. If there is a query string in the URL, like index.php?id=34, then some search engines won't index it. There are methods for creating your URL so that it can be indexed and still pass values, read some tutorials on Devshed.com or

Re: [PHP] search engine friendly urls

2002-03-21 Thread Rasmus Lerdorf
You can do exactly the same thing with PHP. The 205 would show up in the $PATH_INFO variable. -Rasmus On Thu, 21 Mar 2002, Kelly Meeks wrote: Does anyone have any ideas/info (or can you point me to) regarding how to make dynamic php content more search engine friendly (losing the '?' when

Re: [PHP] Search Engine

2002-01-16 Thread LaserJetter
If I wanted to do a search engine for the web (and maybe for just a site) I would set up a MySQL database and have a record for each site which is included in the index. There would be fields for URL, Page title, Keywords and maybe description / text extract from the URL. It would be quite a

Re: [PHP] Search Engine

2002-01-15 Thread Jon Farmer
Hi all! I want to develop a search engine in PHP for a portal that I'm working on at the moment, and I'd be glad if someone could please show me how to do it, or if anyone knows of a link where i can find a tutorial for that. Use htdig -- Jon Farmer Systems Programmer, Entanet www.enta.net

Re: [PHP] Search Engine

2002-01-15 Thread Nick Wilson
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 * On 15-01-02 at 12:09 * Yogesh Mahadnac said Hi all! I want to develop a search engine in PHP for a portal that I'm working on at the moment, and I'd be glad if someone could please show me how to do it, or if anyone knows of a link

RE: [PHP] Search Engine

2002-01-15 Thread Greg Schnippel
* On 15-01-02 at 12:09 * Yogesh Mahadnac said Hi all! I want to develop a search engine in PHP for a portal that I'm working on at the moment, and I'd be glad if someone could please show me how to do it, or if anyone knows of a link where i can find a tutorial for that. I

RE: [PHP] Search Engine

2002-01-15 Thread J Smith
PHP isn't totally bad for a search engine. Here's my story. I was in a bit of a predicament when I first started work, because I had to develop a search engine for online video objects. My company is essentially a video re-purposing venture, where we take reams of analog, tape-based videos,

Re: [PHP] search engine submission

2001-09-26 Thread Marian Vasile
ROTECTED] To: 'Krushna Kumar R' [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, September 24, 2001 7:36 PM Subject: RE: [PHP] search engine submission You can find this code all over the web, an example of it can be seen at most search engines on the Add a URL page :-) What are you tryi

Re: [PHP] search engine submission

2001-09-25 Thread Krushna Kumar R
' [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, September 24, 2001 7:36 PM Subject: RE: [PHP] search engine submission You can find this code all over the web, an example of it can be seen at most search engines on the Add a URL page :-) What are you trying to do? Cheers Jon

RE: [PHP] search engine submission

2001-09-24 Thread Jon Haworth
You can find this code all over the web, an example of it can be seen at most search engines on the Add a URL page :-) What are you trying to do? Cheers Jon -Original Message- From: Krushna Kumar R [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: 24 September 2001 15:08 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject:

Re: [PHP] search engine submission

2001-09-24 Thread Jonathan Chum
I believe that he wants an automated URL submission script. I've seen one that just been released like a week or two ago. It's good script from what I remember looking at the code with success page verification. If I can find the URL, I'll be sure to reply. I can't seem to find it my IE's

Re: [PHP] Search engine php/mysql

2001-06-20 Thread Chris \TunkeyMicket\ Watford
That poses a problem, it is easy to do for your own site [opendir], but other sites you'd have to open the html file [fopen], search for links, and add them to a list to spyder, grab the meta tags from the current page, then goto the next site in the spyder list. array_push to add to the end

Re: [PHP] Search engine php/mysql

2001-06-20 Thread Greg Donald
Hello list, I am coding a search engine that allow indexing and searching internet sites based on php/mysql. My problm is: How can i index a given site, I mean: input: URL, like http://www.blabla.com/ Output: meta, body content, description that will be stored in a tables. Regular

Re: [PHP] search engine

2001-02-18 Thread David Robley
On Sun, 18 Feb 2001 19:04, Brandon Feldhahn wrote: Can some one tell me how i would make a search engine, like what talbes and how many fields and what the form should look like No need to reinvent the wheel - this uses MySQL and has a PHP front end - I believe that future versions of PHP

RE: [PHP] Search Engine...

2001-01-25 Thread Marko Perich
I am using htdig from htdig.org. It is an external program that executes like a cgi. It is simple, fast and configurable. I recommend it. Hope it helps Marko. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL

Re: [PHP] Search Engine submittal and PHP

2001-01-17 Thread 10,000 Screaming Monkeys
On 01/17, Shane McBride rearranged the electrons to read: Does anyone know if this affects the way a search engine crawls a site? I have several sites that are very successful, but this site does not even show up on the search engines. It shouldn't. I have a few sites that use .php files