. . . by http 301 or 302, links found at the relocated site will also be followed. For new sites, as per default the spider-depth is now set to 'full'. Improved UTF-8 support: Conversion into UTF-8 charset now is obligatory. Improved index and re-index procedures for Cyrillic and Greek languages to support upper and lower case characters. Bug fixed . . .
. . . Version 1.2 Version 1.1 Version 1.0 Version v.1.7a Release date: 27. November 2008 New item in Admin / Settings / Spider Settings: Delete special characters like dots, commas, quotes, exclamation and question marks etc. as part of words. If activated, only the 'pure' words are indexed. Secondary characters before and at the end of words are . . .
. . . 3.2020b - The PHP Search Engine Home Documentation Download FAQ Forum Links Search FAQ's [ Summary ] Shouldn't the spider follow 301 HTTP redirects? Why do I get the message 'The search string was not found as part of the text'? Unable to log in as Admin. Always re-directed to the log in form. Why? Links are not followed during Re-index, only . . .
. . . to be defined in Admin backend: The following basic indexing options are globally definable for all sites: - Spidering depth: Full Index or folder depth definition - Spider can leave domain - Use preferred charset for indexing Afterwards individual settings could be performed site specific in the advanced option of each site URL. The global . . .
. . . to prevent error 1071: Specified key was too long, max key length is 767 bytes. Improved index procedure: If 'Spider can leave domain during index procedure' is not activated in admin settings, the external links are not stored as keywords. Improved UP and DOWN buttons in admin 'Settings' menu, and also in result listing. Wrapper added to . . .
. . . '!plus' only results for the word 'plus' will be presented in the result pages. No results for words that contain 'spider-plus' or 'spiderplustec' will be shown. This is the reverse function of 'Search for part of a word by means of * wildcards' Search for all pages of a site. This utility searches for all that pages, which belong to a domain. . . .