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Re: OT: ht://Dig



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On Fri, 5 May 2006 11:23:38 -0400
> > David,
> > Sorry, I never messed with ht://Dig, does this search only html
> > files or can search dynamic pages?
> 
> Our entire site is PHP, some with dynamic content. It seems to get
> the content from the dynamic pages. I'm not sure if it is picking up
> the dynamic elements. For example:
> 
> 	http://tqmcube.com/hotmail.php has;
> 	"Unique Hotmail IPs that have originated spam
> 	sent to our server (in real time): 547"
> 
> If I search on "Hotmail," I get the page. If I search on "547," I get
> nothing. I don't know if that's a problem with searching for a number
> or not picking up the dynamic content. I am not using any of the
> advanced search  methods that are available. Basically, using it "out
> of the box."
> 
> Does this properly answer your question?

David,
Yes that does answer my question perfectly!! :)  Thanks for that.  Looks like i might have to play
a bit.

Will it work though with virtual hosts??  I notice that you mentioned the config file having a
place to start from.  Do I simply enter the root where all the sites are?

Thanks again

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