[2.0.20] Search Data

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[2.0.20] Search Data

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MOD Name: Search Data
Author: Joe Belmaati
MOD Description: With this MOD you can track what your users are searching your board for. Includes neat admin panel for monitoring the action. There's also a statistics page, and a page that breaks the search phrases into single words.


MOD Version: 1.2.6 (Updated 04/18/06)

Download File: searchdata_1.2.6a.zip
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File Size: 29124 Bytes

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Post by webmacster87 »

MOD Validated/Released

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Adds an admin panel to your board that allows you to view what your users are searching for on your board.
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Post by Joe Belmaati »

Thank you very much for validating this MOD :D

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Post by kulinar »

Clean install but EasyMOD shows this warning

Code: Select all

Non-portable syntax option(s) "TYPE=MyISAM AUTO_INCREMENT=1", ignored, statement: 1, table: "phpbb_search_phrases"
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Post by Joe Belmaati »

Thanks for the feedback. Actually the SQL doesn't really need the autoincrement offset information, however it should not create any problems whatsoever. In the next release I'll trim that line in the install file.
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Post by kulinar »

Joe Belmaati wrote: Actually the SQL doesn't really need the autoincrement offset information, however it should not create any problems whatsoever.
So far no problems.

I got a search from a guest and his status is Failed! which means?
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kulinar wrote: I got a search from a guest and his status is Failed! which means?
It means that he didn't find what he was looking for...
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I find the mod very useful. But there is one thing I don't understand
Forum: All Category: All
Referer: http://google.bg/search?hl=bg&q=%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%...
Author: Veshtica
Veshtica
Someone has searched for 'empty jar of mayonnaise' (in bulgarian) in Google. One of the Google results is mysite.com/forum/search.php?search_author=Veshtica and the mod says that search word is Veshtica (one of my forum users). Isn't that little strange?
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Post by Joe Belmaati »

The idea is that your log will show what was searched for. I.e. if someone searched for author = "Kulinar", then the large text search word would be "Kulinar" unless they searched for posts by "Kulinar" that contain the words "Empty jar of mayonnaise".

So in other words, when someone searches for posts by an author without entering keywords, the large text will show the author's name. If they search for posts by that author that contain certain words, then the blue author name will be the author name, and the large text will be the search words.

I hope that explains...
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Post by Jim_UK »

Hi
Installed and works fine.
Just a minor point.
## Included Files: (5)
## admin/admin_search_phrases.php,
## language/lang_english/lang_searchdata.php,
## templates/subSilver/search_phrases.tpl
## templates/subSilver/search_phrases_stats.tpl
## templates/subSilver/search_phrases_words.tpl

Should that not be
## Included Files: (5)
## admin/admin_search_phrases.php,
## language/lang_english/lang_searchdata.php,
## templates/subSilver/admin/search_phrases.tpl
## templates/subSilver/admin/search_phrases_stats.tpl
## templates/subSilver/admin/search_phrases_words.tpl


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Post by Joe Belmaati »

Ah yes, thanks for pointing that out. Will correct that.
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Post by TerraFrost »

MOD Updated to version 1.0.1
See first post for Download Link
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Post by kulinar »

TerraFrost wrote: MOD Updated to version 1.0.1
See first post for Download Link
...and update instructions from 1.0.0 to 1.0.1 are...? Overwrite admin/admin_search_phrases.php?
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Post by Joe Belmaati »

Yes, basically the upgrade addresses the small install issues reported by yourself and JimUK. Furthermore, there is some code indentationen in the new version of admin_search_phrases.php that makes the code easier to read. BTW, please trim down the long link in your post above - it makes the page stretch.
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Post by kulinar »

Joe Belmaati wrote: BTW, please trim down the long link in your post above - it makes the page stretch.
That is strange. It is OK for me. I tried different resolutions and page was never stretched. Maybe it is your browser issue.
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