PHP Tutorials: Create a Search Engine (Part 1)

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Create a search engine for any purpose. This search engine can be implemented anywhere to search your website content, or to search pages on the web.

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25 Responses to “PHP Tutorials: Create a Search Engine (Part 1)”

  1. DavidRockin1 Says:

    @BBbrothers2 Then your stupid..

  2. VisualBasicTuts1000 Says:

    How do you make the URL?

  3. BBbrothers2 Says:

    it makes me download when i go to it help please

  4. dashby1969 Says:

    I have watched your pagination tutorial but I am having problems incorporating the pagination script into the search script, could you possibly continue the search engine tutorials to include this?

  5. dashby1969 Says:

    How do you limit the number of results per page, same as google, say 5 results per page then maybe 3 pages ?

  6. economakis Says:

    my page doesnt go to the search php page, it just stays on the the home page. Can any one help?

  7. dashby1969 Says:

    The first if statement where you are checking the input shouldnt it be the $search instead of $submit?

    Reason I ask is that the first echo ‘you dint enter a keyword’ gets ignored when I use $button

  8. antrite Says:

    please help, im getting a, Undefined index: search and Undefined index: search error???

  9. TheSyntaxOverride Says:

    @renegade8164 Yeah I guess you’re right. That’s probably better practice.

  10. renegade8164 Says:

    @TheSyntaxOverride it’s outdated. He should used a div with a style element.

  11. fingerstylefan Says:

    WOOOOW….way over my head….sorry

  12. TheSyntaxOverride Says:

    @renegade8164 Why is center no good?

  13. technobizzzmo Says:

    If it wasn’t for your gay accent this crappy tutorial would be completely useless for me.

  14. renegade8164 Says:

    Good tutorial… but, man…
    you should check out XHTML or HTML5 basics..
    tags like font, center etc. isn’t good these days…

  15. L14MSTR4CH4N Says:

    fast typer mutch

  16. TensoGaming Says:

    Subscribe me and ill give you index.php and search.php CODES!!!

  17. TensoGaming Says:

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in search.php on line 25

    Thumbs Up if your having same problem

  18. dex203 Says:

    @techtalkCanada u have to open it in a webserver so download wamp or xamp and u can watch the earlier videos from phpacadamy called php basics and u will find all the answers u need

  19. simplyJacobB Says:

    And 4:00 LOL

  20. simplyJacobB Says:

    Thanks keep up the great work!

  21. WebsiteTrafficz Says:

    This is a nice one.. I will definitely be going through your other videos.. thanks and keep it up!

  22. zachjo2 Says:

    ERROR: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end

  23. 6183134 Says:

    You are fantastic!

  24. 299computers Says:

    @techtalkCanada It has to be based on a web server that has the ability to render PHP.
    Make sure you’re not just opening the file.

  25. dmjj67 Says:

    system is showing- when I try to login in it always says login failed. Any help would be great>

    Thanks!

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