Web site indexer and search engine
Search.php3 is a Web/Application using PHP3, Mysql and PHPLIB's Template.
It indexes a web site by it's META tags.
Created February 23, 2000, as a learning experience for PHP3 and PHPLIB.
Stable: 0.1 - devel: ongoing - license: GPL
MySQL Version 6.4 or higher
Search.php3 in tar.gz (UNIX) format.
Search.php3 is available under the terms of the
GNU Public Licence
We offer a installation service.
We will install Search.php3 for $100.
Give Search.php a try, use the search box at the top-of-page to search our site.
- Your HTML pages required META tags include:
- <META NAME="Title" CONTENT="Your page title">
- <META NAME="Keywords" CONTENT="keyword1,keyword2,...">
- <META NAME="Description" CONTENT="Your page description">
- <META NAME="Rating" CONTENT="PageRating (i.g. General)">
- The HTML code needed in your web page to execute Search.php3
Search: <input type=text name=searchSt size=35>
Loading the Search.php3 database
- To load your pages into the Search.php3 database goto to the URL
- Enter the HTML web page to be index
- Unpack the gzip tar file where your pwd is your DocumentRoot
- gzip -dc search-0.1.tar.gz | tar xvf -
- Create your installation directory
- mkdir search
- Change directory to your installation directory
- cd search
Configuring The Search.php3
- edit search.php3 and change the following
- Set WWW to what the Search.php3 database account name (i.g. "privateEye").
- Set XXX to you point to your URL (i.g. "http://www.w3webmaster.com")
- Set YYY to what you want to see as the result page title (i.g. "W3WebMaster.Com, LLC - Search Results").
- Set ZZZ to what you want to see as the result page H1 title (i.g. "W3WebMaster.Com, LLC - Search").
- Add feature which will rank the search results.
- Search results title needs to be the URL's page title if
the META tag <META NAME="TITLE"...> is missing.
Credit is acknowledge to the following for their contributions in making Search.php3 possible.
Minor Problems with initial release:
- search.php3 - YourPAGETITLE
- Change '"PAGETITLE" => YourPAGETITLE,'
to '"PAGETITLE" => $YourPAGETITLE,'