On Tue, 17 Dec 2002, Nikolaus Rath wrote:
> I have some questions regarding the ranking of search results:
> - Does the context of the match influence its ranking? (e.g.,
> "<h1>match</h1>" ranks higher than "<p>match" when searching for
> "match"). And if so, which tags are used?
Yes. It's a hole in the documentation, it seems.
a tag of h* where "*" is any digit get's the IN_HEADER flag set.
tags <em> <b> <strong> <i> gets IN_EMPHASIZED flag set.
<title> gets IN_TITLE set.
<head> gets IN_HEAD, <body> gets IN_BODY.
<meta> and xml tags and "fake" tags in the body of html get
Then in config.h there's settings:
#define RANK_TITLE 4
#define RANK_HEADER 3
#define RANK_META 3
#define RANK_COMMENTS 1
#define RANK_EMPHASIZED 0
> - How does the ranking work in general?
Search the list archives. Here's one:
See also rank.c. You should probably look at it in CVS:
> - Does swish-e search the given pattern also in all the meta tags? If
> so, does a meta match count more than a "normal" match?
Bill Moseley firstname.lastname@example.org
Received on Tue Dec 17 21:09:18 2002