Is there a site search script or service that will output valid XHTML 1.1?
December 30, 2005 10:28 PM   Subscribe

Is there a site search script or service that will output valid XHTML 1.1?

Spent most of today looking at different site search engine options for my website. No luck. So, can anyone recommend a service or script that doesn't produce invalid or deprecated code in its results? Also, I'd like to be able to modify the style of the results to fit in with my blog's design. Cheers.
posted by sjvilla79 to Computers & Internet (2 answers total)
 
Would you be willing to install, configure, and customize a local search engine script (written in PHP, for example) where you had control over the output? Or am I misunderstanding your question and you're looking for a global Web engine template (Google, Yahoo, et cetera) that outputs valid XHTML?

If the former, any OS, language or other requirements?
posted by TheNakedPixel at 2:50 AM on December 31, 2005


Yes, I would be willing to do that. I guess what would be perfect would be a script that just gave me raw results in clean XHTML, which would in turn let me style the results in CSS. I did find a script written in PHP that does this. Perhaps I should just tinker with that. Yes, I think the script's terms vaguely allow for this.
posted by sjvilla79 at 8:14 PM on December 31, 2005


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