WebTen supports the popular ht://Dig search engine created at San Diego State University. Please visit the htDig home page. ht://Dig is being used on this site and Xplain Corporation's Search Server. Xplain is the publisher of MacTech magazine.
- Intranet searching
ht://Dig has the ability to search through many servers on
a network by acting as a WWW browser.
- Configurable search results
The output of a search can easily be tailored to your
needs by means of providing HTML templates.
- Boolean expression searching
Searches can be arbitrarily complex using boolean
- Fuzzy searching
Searches can be performed using various configurable
algorithms, such as common word endings and synonyms.
- Keywords can be added to HTML documents
Any number of keywords can be added to HTML documents
which will not show up when the document is viewed.
This is used to make a document more likely to be found
and also to make it appear higher in the list of
- The depth of the search can be limited
Instead of limiting the search to a set of machines, it
can also be restricted to documents that are a certain
number of "mouse-clicks" away from the start document.
- Searches on subsections of the database
It is easy to set up a search which only returns documents
whose URL matches a certain pattern. This becomes very
useful for people who want to make their own data
searchable without having to use a separate search engine
- Scheduled execution
Under WebTen you can run ht://Dig from cron.
We've even included a sample crontab file.
- A Protected server can be indexed
ht://Dig can be told to use a specific username and
password when it retrieves documents. This can be used
to index a server or parts of a server that are
protected by a username and password.
- Email notification of expired documents
Special meta information can be added to HTML documents
which can be used to notify the maintainer of those
documents at a certain time. It is handy to get
reminded when to remove the "New" images from a certain
page, for example.
- Full support for the ISO-Latin-1 character
Both SGML entities like 'à' and ISO-Latin-1
characters can be indexed and searched.
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