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Submitted on: 2/8/2002 2:32:34 PM
By: Timothy Beutels  
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 4 Users
Compatibility:ASP (Active Server Pages), HTML, VbScript (browser/client side)

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     This code uses 1 asp file and 1 inc file to make you site searchable. NO keywords need to be entered in some file. Just the paths to all pages you want the user to search.

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This as a working exemple of the script: here it is.

You will be searching this site: http://squirrels.dingojunction.com/(might wonna take a trip overthere first, to check what words are used on the site :-)).

I decided to post the code, feel free to leave a comment on it (or vote of course :-)).

Bugfixes:
The script now doesn't search in ASP scripts anymore. Use the search.asp?debug=true option to see where the script deletes scripts in the pages.

What is to come: Automatic page dedection wihtin a folder (so you don't have to manually type in all those paths and titles).
Greetz,
Timothy Beutels

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2/9/2002 8:09:28 PM:Rob R
Great job Timo, 5 globes.
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8/26/2002 11:34:32 AM:mrstella
Great script. Thank you. Has anyone released any automatic page dedection script? ~mrstella
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