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Tipue

Tipue is a JavaScript site search engine. It works with any browser which supports JavaScript 1.3 and at least partially supports the W3C DOM Level 1. It is small and lightweight (less than 11Kb), platform independent, and doesn't require any other technologies on your host. It's best suited to smaller sites with less than 100 pages.

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  •  06 Jun 2005 20:43

    Release Notes: This release includes new functions for displaying the number of search results and page navigation. Support for images has been introduced. There are minor bugfixes and code revisions.

    •  30 Oct 2004 15:50

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      •  21 Oct 2004 15:37

        Release Notes: This release features minor bugfixes and code revision.

        •  10 Oct 2004 03:07

          Release Notes: This release features minor bugfixes.

          •  14 Jun 2004 17:51

            Release Notes: A page ranking system has been introduced. You can now choose to open a link in a specified frame. The logical NOT operator is now supported.

            Recent comments

            14 Jun 2004 08:52 tipue

            Re: Image search?

            Thanks for that.

            I'll investigate the feasibility of a version for images and get back to you.

            Cheers,

            Steve


            11 Mar 2004 01:00 adhavan

            Image search?

            i want to suggest you that in the tip_search.js you
            can replace <a href to <img src like this
            ---------------------------------------------------------
            if (include_num == 1) {
            if (os[4] == "1") {
            document.write(a + 1, '. <td><img src="', os[1],
            '"alt="text">', os[0], '</td>');
            } else {
            ------------------------------------------------------
            and change tip_data.js like this
            ------------------------------------------------------
            s[0] = "^file:///e:/Pictures/Cats Green.jpg^Cats
            Green.jpg^Kittens, three^1";
            ------------------------------------------------------
            to get a image search, but the pictures are diaplayed
            one below the other. i hope you would come up with a
            image search soon

            21 Dec 2002 02:03 tipue

            Re: its too bad

            > It's too bad that the code is
            > unreadable. I believe writing open
            > source programs carries along with it
            > the responsibility to write clean code
            > and include comments on how it works. I
            > have written a great deal of javascript
            > lately and I find this code to be
            > cryptic at best.
            >
            > Please don't think I am doubting your
            > intentions or your idea. Perhaps this
            > can be a friendly request...please write
            > code from which others can learn. To
            > start I would use descriptive variable
            > names and one or two more comments in
            > the code.


            Point taken. I'll bare your comments in mind for future development.

            Steve

            21 Dec 2002 00:08 mojavelinux

            its too bad
            It's too bad that the code is unreadable. I believe writing open source programs carries along with it the responsibility to write clean code and include comments on how it works. I have written a great deal of javascript lately and I find this code to be cryptic at best.

            Please don't think I am doubting your intentions or your idea. Perhaps this can be a friendly request...please write code from which others can learn. To start I would use descriptive variable names and one or two more comments in the code.

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