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14th Jul 2012 07:52am
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Project Loco: Small Update

You will remember from a post I made on 30th Jun 2012 ("The Empire Grows...") that I aquired a domain name and was about to start a website on it, but not tell you what it is. Well as my own personal deadline for launching the site ticks down to less than 4 days away, I've pretty much done most of the "back-end" of the site. However the main point of this project is to show how I can transform it from 0 visitors when it opens to a certain amount (which I think I placed as 1,000).

So at the... [read more]

4th May 2009 03:12am
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Website Updates

Well as I'm starting to focus quite a bit on getting people on here, I've started (as you can probably tell) writing bigger articles and not leaving so much time between posts.

As you can see too, there is now a "tags" bit under some of the stories (I haven't finished doing it yet). This will allow you to check other stories with the same keywords in them. For example, if you're looking for a tutorial then if I've done one, it'll come up with you search the tags for tutorial. Very handy for search engines too.

I'm... [read more]

7th Aug 2008 10:46pm
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PHP Search Engine Tutorial

Search Engine Tutorial

Heard of Google? or Yahoo!? ... of course you have. Also you know exactly what they do. But why should you just let Google or Yahoo or other search engines take all the glory. Why not try yourself and make your own Search Engine in PHP and MySQL. Ok, you won't beat Google.. but you can have a really good try.

Database Stuff

Open up your phpMyAdmin (or database software) and add this query below into the SQL section.
CREATE TABLE `searchengine` (
`id` INT NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT ,
`pageurl` VARCHAR( 255 ) NOT NULL ,
`pagecontent` TEXT NOT NULL ,
PRIMARY KEY (... [read more]