Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*

2006-02-08 Thread Terrence Wood
 Search scriptfree
http://www.google.com/search?q=free+search+engine+script


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Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*

2006-02-08 Thread Joseph R. B. Taylor
You can always get the google search this site, or you can find free 
scripts that search html documents, usually in the asp/php flavor.


If the content of your site (articles and such) is databased, its very 
easy to write a search engine for that.


Joseph R. B. Taylor
Sites by Joe, LLC
http://sitesbyjoe.com
(609)335-3076
[EMAIL PROTECTED]

Todd Gleaton wrote:

Hello Everyone,
 
As I said in the Subject...this maybe a little off topic but I thought I

would ask the group since I am having a hard time finding what I am
looking for.
 
I am looking for a Search script to put on a website that will have

about 35 to 40 web pages in it.  Most of the scripts I've found through
looking you have to pay annually.  I am looking for preferablya free
script or at least one I can buy for a 1 time fee. 
 
Anybody have any suggestions?
 
Thankstg





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Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*

2006-02-08 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
try http://www.sofotex.com/TSEP---The-Search-Engine-Project-download_L27025.html2006/2/8, Terrence Wood 
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Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*

2006-02-08 Thread Todd Gleaton



Thanks Terrance,

I'll look thru them and see if I can find one that fits my 
needs. I looked at the first one and it was for non-commercial. I 
did
a google search before and found lots of them but each one 
always had something I didn't need, advertisements on it 
or annual payments.

tg



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Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*

2006-02-08 Thread Todd Gleaton



No database here. Just looking for a simple script that 
searches the site without advertisements or annual fee.

thanks for the infotg



  - Original Message - 
  From: 
  Joseph R. B. 
  Taylor 
  To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org 
  Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 3:54 
  PM
  Subject: Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script 
  *Little off topic*
  You can always get the google "search this site", or you can 
  find free scripts that search html documents, usually in the asp/php 
  flavor.If the content of your site (articles and such) is databased, 
  its very easy to write a search engine for that.Joseph R. B. 
  TaylorSites by Joe, LLChttp://sitesbyjoe.com(609)335-3076[EMAIL PROTECTED]Todd Gleaton 
  wrote: Hello Everyone,  As I said in the 
  Subject...this maybe a little off topic but I thought I would ask the 
  group since I am having a hard time finding what I am looking 
  for.  I am looking for a Search script to put on a 
  website that will have about 35 to 40 web pages in it. Most of 
  the scripts I've found through looking you have to pay annually. 
  I am looking for preferablya free script or at least one I can buy 
  for a 1 time fee.   Anybody have any 
  suggestions?  Thankstg   
   
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Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*

2006-02-08 Thread Nick Lazar
Fluid Dynamics (http://www.xav.com/scripts/search/) do a very nice Open 
Source Perl based search engine script, which even has an automated 
install from their web site. They also have a very nice, basic, site 
tracking program called AXS, as well as a few other interesting 
scripts.


Regards,

Nick.

On 8 Feb 2006, at 20:40, Todd Gleaton wrote:


Hello Everyone,
 
As I said in the Subject...this maybe a little off topic but I thought 
I

would ask the group since I am having a hard time finding what I am
looking for.
 
I am looking for a Search script to put on a website that will have
about 35 to 40 web pages in it.  Most of the scripts I've found through
looking you have to pay annually.  I am looking for preferablya 
free

script or at least one I can buy for a 1 time fee. 
 
Anybody have any suggestions?
 
Thankstg

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Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*

2006-02-08 Thread Jon Tan

Hi Todd

This is self promoting but we might have what you're looking for. Please 
feel free to check our PHP plug-in Grow Search listed here:


http://webstandardsgroup.org/go/resourcecat30.cfm

or directly here: http://www.gr0w.com/amos/growsearch/

There's also a livesearch version available which we've tested but not 
deployed.


Regards
Jon
www.gr0w.com

- Original Message - 
From: Todd Gleaton

To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 9:05 PM
Subject: Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*


No database here.  Just looking for a simple script that searches the site 
without advertisements or annual fee.


thanks for the infotg


- Original Message - 
From: Joseph R. B. Taylor

To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 3:54 PM
Subject: Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*


You can always get the google search this site, or you can find free
scripts that search html documents, usually in the asp/php flavor.

If the content of your site (articles and such) is databased, its very
easy to write a search engine for that.

Joseph R. B. Taylor
Sites by Joe, LLC
http://sitesbyjoe.com
(609)335-3076
[EMAIL PROTECTED]

Todd Gleaton wrote:

Hello Everyone,

As I said in the Subject...this maybe a little off topic but I thought I
would ask the group since I am having a hard time finding what I am
looking for.

I am looking for a Search script to put on a website that will have
about 35 to 40 web pages in it.  Most of the scripts I've found through
looking you have to pay annually.  I am looking for preferablya free
script or at least one I can buy for a 1 time fee.

Anybody have any suggestions?

Thankstg




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Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*

2006-02-08 Thread Joseph Lindsay
If your site meet's the terms of use, you can use Yahoo's API with
site:http://yoursite; in the request string

On 2/9/06, Jon Tan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi Todd

 This is self promoting but we might have what you're looking for. Please
 feel free to check our PHP plug-in Grow Search listed here:

 http://webstandardsgroup.org/go/resourcecat30.cfm

 or directly here: http://www.gr0w.com/amos/growsearch/

 There's also a livesearch version available which we've tested but not
 deployed.

 Regards
 Jon
 www.gr0w.com

 - Original Message -
 From: Todd Gleaton
 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
 Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 9:05 PM
 Subject: Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*


 No database here.  Just looking for a simple script that searches the site
 without advertisements or annual fee.

 thanks for the infotg


 - Original Message -
 From: Joseph R. B. Taylor
 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
 Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 3:54 PM
 Subject: Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*


 You can always get the google search this site, or you can find free
 scripts that search html documents, usually in the asp/php flavor.

 If the content of your site (articles and such) is databased, its very
 easy to write a search engine for that.

 Joseph R. B. Taylor
 Sites by Joe, LLC
 http://sitesbyjoe.com
 (609)335-3076
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 Todd Gleaton wrote:
  Hello Everyone,
 
  As I said in the Subject...this maybe a little off topic but I thought I
  would ask the group since I am having a hard time finding what I am
  looking for.
 
  I am looking for a Search script to put on a website that will have
  about 35 to 40 web pages in it.  Most of the scripts I've found through
  looking you have to pay annually.  I am looking for preferablya free
  script or at least one I can buy for a 1 time fee.
 
  Anybody have any suggestions?
 
  Thankstg
 
 
  
 
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