. . . of Sphider-plus into existing sites 22.1 Integration into existing site by use of Sphider-plus templates 22.2 Embed the search engine into existing HTML code 22.3 The different style sheet files 23. JSON, XML and RSS result output [ Documentation ] 1. Settings, customizing and statistics If you want to change settings, behavior and design of . . .
. . . .j2k .jp2 .jpc .jpeg .jpeg2000 .jpg .jpx .png .swc .tif .tiff .wbmp Admin settings also allow selecting whether embed and nested media files should be indexed. This was implemented, as some server hide their media files as embedded objects. Another Admin setting is used to enable indexing of external hosted media content. When linked by the. . .
. . . 2 different ways of integrating Sphider-plus into existing sites: 1. Use layout and templates of Sphider-plus. 2. Embed the search engine into existing HTML code. 22.1 Integration into existing site by use of Sphider-plus templates This mode is simply invoked by calling the script 'search.php' in the root folder of the Sphider-plus installation.. . .
. . . The new template will also be presented in the Admin settings, as one of the available selections. 22.2 Embed the search engine into existing HTML code This mode extends the capabilities as described in the above chapter. There is an Admin setting called: - Embed 'Search form' and 'Result listing' into an existing HTML page If this. . .
. . . HTML page If this checkbox is activated, the search engine will not create a complete HTML page, but needs to be embedded into an existing HTML code. As the Sphider-plus scripts are based on charset UTF-8, in any case, the scripts for search form, result listing, etc. could only be embedded into UTF-8 coded HTML pages. No problem to index other. . .