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Author: Xepient Solutions Created: 7/20/2007
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O-SE: Put the "Search" word in your search box
By Xepient Solutions on 5/19/2009
Would you like for the word "Search" to appear inside your search box, and disappear when the user clicks on it?
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O-SE: avoid menu entries in your search results
By Xepient Solutions on 2/10/2009
We often get the question: how do I prevent the items in the menu from showing-up in the search results? Here are some answers.
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O-SE: compiling the source code
By Xepient Solutions on 1/21/2009
O-SE comes in many version to accomodate the different DNN versions. However, it shares the same code-base. It is important to know what version of DNN you are compiling for, and make sure that the right settings are in place.
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O-SE: how many directories can it index directly?
By Xepient Solutions on 11/20/2008
increase the number of directories that can be indexed by Open-SearchEngine
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O-SE: how do I know if content has been indexed?
By Xepient Solutions on 3/5/2008
The search engine log may may show that the page was indexed, but when you do a search on a keyword, there are no results. How can you verify that the content has really been indexed?
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O-SE: can it index Open-DocumentLibrary content?
By Xepient Solutions on 3/5/2008
Yes, but with limitations.
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Patch for Open-SearchEngine v2.0 running on DNN 4.6.x
By Xepient Solutions on 10/30/2007
The latest versions of DNN (4.6 and up) have broken compatibility with previous versions by removing some public Enumerations. For previous owners that are upgrading to DNN 4.6.x there is a patch. The full package is available on SnowCovered when you re-download or purchase the module.
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