A couple of months ago, on our Premium site, I wrote a tutorial focused on creating a static search engine that spidered down through a site hierarchy and searched each web page that it found for a given text string. This type of search was aimed at owners of web sites consisting of static HTML pages. In this tutorial + screencast we’re going to do the same thing, but this time instead of navigating folders and subfolders looking for pages, we’re going to search a database instead. Join today!
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