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open source PHP search scripts for a web site

Posted on 2006-10-25
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Hi all

I need a PHP search script that will work on a HTML web site.

Does any one know of any good open source php scripts that i can use on a web site I am designing that will allow people to search the site.
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You should have a look at phpdig

PhpDig is a web spider and search engine written in PHP, using a MySQL database and flat file support. PhpDig builds a glossary with words found in indexed pages. On a search query, it displays a result page containing the search keys, ranked by occurrence.

http://www.phpdig.net/navigation.php?action=demo
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