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Please direct me to a Web site that describes how to implement a
search engine for my own Web site.  


David E. Ross

I use Mozilla as my Web browser because I want a browser that
complies with Web standards.  See <URL:>.

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This rather depends on your server software, but in any event Google
is your friend: < .

As you might expect, this question has been discussed exhaustively in
the newsgroups, so your starting point is a Google query (perhaps
date limited to the last 12 months, give or take).

Stan Brown, Oak Road Systems, Tompkins County, New York, USA
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CSS 2.1 spec: /
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Re: Search Engine

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Why  not re-use an existing technology? I can think of several free  pack-
ages  that are free. Also, depending on how you store your data, it may be
possible  to  incorporate a search facility without any  additional  work,
e.g.  SQL  queries.  If you have a public site (not intranet)  and  it  is
crawled  quite  exhaustively, then you can also embed a Yahoo site  search
widget, for instance.

Like Stan said, many people have asked similar questions in the past.


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