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From: Ben Scott <mailvortex@gm...> - 2010-03-02 00:55:11
On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 5:15 AM, Jim Weatherly <jweatherly@...> wrote:
> Okay, I'll take the lack of responses as being that no one
> knows how. Can someone then tell me where I might find
> someone who does?
It would help if you included some context. I had to search your
name in the archive to find your previous message.
Myself, I've never touched the search script so I can't comment on
what might be needed to add a result counter. It might be a simple
variable, might be a total rewrite, depending on what you want and how
the script works.
It will almost certainly mean some Perl programming. If you want to
do it in-house, /Learning Perl/ is a good book, and check for a local
Perl user group (see http://www.pm.org/). If you want to pay someone
else, look for a consulting firm that does Perl work on contract.
Alternatively, you might look into finding a web site search engine
that already does what you want, and install that on your server. Or,
you can easily embed Google into your site with a site-specific
search, or so I'm told.
YMMV, HTH, etc.