7899Re: [NTO] Search Engine For My Website?
- Jan 19, 2008Hi Don and All,
Thanks for your reply.
<<You can put google on it.>>
I'm using that on most of my other sites, but the newest one is for a client
who wants a "clean" theme. Please take a look at www.classiccars.ws for an
example of an older site. The new one is at www.northeastpicturecars.com. It's
only a few days old, and has a gallery of only eleven vehicles, but it will
soon have hundreds. I welcome any and all comments from everyone
<<If you are using a CMS, like wordpress for example, you will have the data
in a database and it will be easily searchable.>>
I've seen several references to WordPress recently (maybe some of them were
from you). I looked at the WP site, but didn't immediately comprehend how to
use it for my needs. I'll look at it again. Your idea of drop-down lists is
very appealing. I'm using EasyImager to create the "albums" for each vehicle.
I can use the keyword function of EasyImager to record Year, Make, and Model
for each vehicle. I think that info plus maybe color should be sufficient for
the search index. Will WordPress mesh well with the keyword function in
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