Jake Frederick wrote:
> Thanks Grey, I will check it out.
> "GreyWyvern" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> And lo, Jake Frederick didst speak in alt.www.webmaster:
>> > Hi all,
>> > Looking for a good Windows PHP script to add a simple search engine to
>> > a section of a site. Free would be nice, but anything reasonably priced
>> > will work. Any suggestions?
>> I've recently posted a beta version of my new web-based search script.
>> Built to spider automatically at intervals and store indexed text in a
>> MySQL database. It also has a kick-ass GUI (if I may say so!) which lets
>> you configure pretty much everything about how and what the spider eats,
>> and what results get displayed via the search interface.
>> You can see sample output here:
>> And the Download area here:
>> Soon to come, screenshots of the GUI :)
>> The technical axiom that nothing is impossible sinisterly implies the
>> pitfall corollory that nothing is ridiculous.
>> - http://www.greywyvern.com/ringmaker - Orca Ringmaker: Host a web ring
>> from your website!
PHPDig should handle this task. If the information is not access-restricted
or sensitive, you can also use Google site search.
Roy S. Schestowitz