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Building the Search Page - PHP

Add search capabilities to your site using the popular open source tools PHP3 and ht://Dig.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Search This!
  2. Configuring ht://Dig
  3. Indexing the Site
  4. Building the Search Page
  5. Performing the Search
  6. Displaying the Results
By: Colin Viebrock
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March 15, 1999

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Now that your site is being indexed regularly (you did put an entry for rundig.sh in your crontab, right?), you can search the site.

Your search page is just going to be a simple HTML form:




<FORM METHOD="POST" ACTION="results.php3"> Search for: <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="search" SIZE=30> <INPUT TYPE="submit"> </FORM>


 
 
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