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    feedback on forum search engine

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    I have just launched a forum search engine. www.forumlife.co.uk and would like some feedback/thoughs on it please

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    I typed in the search term "coding forums" and no results were found!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fumigator View Post
    I typed in the search term "coding forums" and no results were found!
    what do you mean? it is there ;-).....now

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    I typed in 'web development' and coding forums didn't show up If we need to type in the name, would it not be simpler to enter it to the address bar? or maybe I misunderstand it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bazz View Post
    I typed in 'web development' and coding forums didn't show up If we need to type in the name, would it not be simpler to enter it to the address bar? or maybe I misunderstand it?

    bazz
    at present it searches on the title and description that are in the database. however I guess it makes sense that if someone types in "web development" it should just return everything within the "web development" category....

    think I will implement this


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