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  1. Subscriber Russ
    RHP Code Monkey
    28 Jul '04 13:52
    I have added a Google full text search to RHP.

    This is a third party service - and there are ads regardless of if you are a subscriber or not.

    The ‘by author’ search remains also.

    -Russ
  2. Standard member knight77
    The Knights rules
    28 Jul '04 13:59
    cool
  3. Standard member SirLoseALot
    Shut Gorohoviy!
    28 Jul '04 14:11
    Awesome!We needed that,well,I did at least
  4. 28 Jul '04 14:13
    Thanks Russ...
  5. Donation rwingett
    Ming the Merciless
    28 Jul '04 14:53
    How does "search for content" work? I typed in the word "anarchism" and did a search. It turned up nothing despite the word being used several times in the "anarchy or no such thing" thread in the debate forum.
  6. Standard member Toe
    28 Jul '04 15:10
    there's probably a delay until the next time the google spider gets to RHP. Fingers crossed the spider comes round more often now they know Russ is hosting their link (and thus adverts).

    Cheers Russ by the way.
  7. Standard member genius
    Wayward Soul
    29 Jul '04 10:52 / 1 edit
    also-it searches the whole of the site, not just the forums...(and i can't find a thread on peotry that apprently exists...)

    oh-and russ, thanks!
  8. 29 Jul '04 12:21
    Great!

    What about the ability to search through people's posts only if they have been recommended?
  9. Standard member thire
    Xebite
    30 Jul '04 09:45
    Originally posted by Russ
    I have added a Google full text search to RHP.

    This is a third party service - and there are ads regardless of if you are a subscriber or not.

    The ‘by author’ search remains also.

    -Russ
    you did not post that in the anoucementsforum !
    but I like it, thanks a lot!!!

    Google searches on the whole rhp-site. would it be possible to add subdomains like http://forums.redhotpawn.com/ and let google search there?
    th
  10. Standard member Toe
    30 Jul '04 18:30 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Russ
    ...The ‘by author’ search remains also.
    Russ, I thinks there's an out by one error on the author search:
    i replied to one post today but forgot which, so searched for
    myself today to no avail. Then I changed the search end date
    to tomorrow and, bingo, there was the post!

    Edit: Actually in fairness, the search does say "between" which
    technically means non-inclusive limits, but while accurate, its
    slightly non-intuitive