A CGI Perl search engine script that will allow visitors to search your web site real-time. Powerful and easy to use. Organizes search results in an easy to read fashion. Great for small to medium size websites.
Dansie Search Engine Features:
So what's new with version 2.0?
- Easy installation. Only four required variables to configure.
- Other variables include the control of font color, wallpaper, link and vlink colors, etc.
- Ignores your HTML tags.
- Displays keywords found in bold.
- All pages of search results are hyper-linked and sorted in order of best ranking matches.
- It will ignore certain directories and file names that you specify as private.
- Maintains a log of keywords that your visitors enter. Only you will be able to see the log with a password you define. Helpful for seeing what your visitors are interested in. View our log.
- Runs on either Perl 4 or Perl 5.
- Unix, Linux and Windows NT/2000
- Comes with installation assistance if you have any problems installing it.
View the ReadMe.
- It has a new search method (Intelligent Default) that will use all three of the other search methods automatically (Any Words, All Words and Phrase), but rank the search results with the highest scoring matches listed first. Phrase matches are ranked highest, then All Words matches and finally Any Words matches are ranked lowest. Also, Any Words matches are ranked according to which ones have the most matches if more than one search word is used.
- It will limit the number of listings displayed per page and provide a link to the next page.
- The short description for each listing is very concise and accurate. You control how many page scraps are shown with each listing.
- It has a new Power Search option so searchers can limit the scope of their search if they desire.
- It can do exact or partial word matching. The user can decide if they want their search for "king" to also find documents containing "viking". Or if their search for "shirt" should also return documents containing "shirts".
- Use custom line images instead of <HR> tags for listing separators.