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DevShed:
Completing a Search Engine with MySQL and PHP 5
August 13, 2007 @ 13:56:46

DevShed finished up their series on creating a search engine for MySQL with PHP in this latest article, finishing off the application with its HTML frontend.

In the previous article I showed you how to spawn the results returned by a specific search query across different web pages, so in this last part of the series I'm going to complete this search application by fixing a concrete issue associated specifically with paginating MySQL data sets.

They review the code they've created so far for the search engine and push on with the creation of a web page generation class to handle the output of the paginated results.

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