I'm afraid there's "technical" and then there's *really* technical.
You're in the world of the latter now, and as much as you are willing
to work hard, there is too much to explain to you for you to make it
work. What I suggest is that you set your wife up with an off-site
search service like FreeFind: <http://www.freefind.com/>. There are
others as well. Or also a lot of sites use Google limited to their web
site. But there is quite a bit of very technical things you would need
to do to get Swish-e going on your site, and we're mostly mystified
where to begin in trying to help you. Sorry,
On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 2:26 AM, Vince <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I wondered if you could help me with my swish e search installation.
> As normal i personally never look to start at the beginning and have found
> that i have an idea for a web site, however moving straight in at the
> advanced level of web design i am stuck.
> The bit that's really important to me is the site search engine and i came
> across swish e and decided that this is certainly the one i need to use.
> I can see anybody can put a web site together if it doesn't need to do
> anything, but search !!!!!!! ahhhh there you got me!
> Well without going on much more i quite simply need to understand when it is
> unpacked where does every thing go and how it interacts?
> I've done the pearl thing and have either coffecup or FrontPage to develop
> my site, these come with folders that are standard as I'm sure you are
> aware, but what goes where.
> This e mail comes to you at the advice of my young lady, as not wanting to
> give up i have sat for hours trying to work it out and to get it to go, and
> she knows to well i do not give up so easily.
> I'm not looking to waste anybody's time but i do hope you can give me some
> Many regards
> Vince Lake
> PS i really do not have much technical knowledge of web design, but feel i
> am willing to learn if guided into the right direction. you may be able to
> recommend a good website for learning how scripts and the alike work.
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