13/04/2018

Where are the important files of the SCRIPT and why the results are not clean ???.

Hello. I have just bought the YIOOP ​​Keyword Announcement Script which I hope will help me. But I am facing the following difficulties:
Where are the SCRIPT YIOOP ​​Files that allow:
1 - to display the Search HTML Form (Search Engine Home Page) ???
2 - Where are the PHP Files of Actions to Search Forms that display the Web Results ??? Pictures ??? Video ??? News ???
3 - Where are the Files that provide the "META TITLE " and "META DESCRIPTION " Results of Sites indexed by the Search Engine ???
4 - Why IMAGES found by YIOOP ​​(https://www.yioop.com/s/images?q=yahoo) are very fuzzy ???
5 - Why the results provided by the YIOOP ​​Search Engine (https://www.yioop.com/?its=1412956124&q=yahoo) do not correctly provide the "META TITLE " and "META DESCRIPTION " tags of the Indexed Sites in the Search results ???
Thank you for enlightening me.
(Edited: 13/04/2018)
Hello. I have just bought the YIOOP ​​Keyword Announcement Script which I hope will help me. But I am facing the following difficulties: Where are the SCRIPT YIOOP ​​Files that allow: '''1 -''' to display the Search HTML Form (Search Engine Home Page) ??? '''2 -''' Where are the PHP Files of Actions to Search Forms that display the Web Results ??? Pictures ??? Video ??? News ??? '''3 -''' Where are the Files that provide the "'''META TITLE'''" and "'''META DESCRIPTION'''" Results of Sites indexed by the Search Engine ??? '''4 -''' '''''Why IMAGES found by YIOOP ​​(https://www.yioop.com/s/images?q=yahoo) are very fuzzy ???''''' '''5 -''' Why the results provided by the YIOOP ​​Search Engine (https://www.yioop.com/?its=1412956124&q=yahoo) do not correctly provide the "'''META TITLE'''" and "'''META DESCRIPTION'''" tags of the Indexed Sites in the Search results ??? Thank you for enlightening me.

-- Where are the important files of the SCRIPT and why the results are not clean ???
  1. src/views/SearchView.php draws the search results
  2. I am not sure what your second question is asking.
  3. Yioop indexes a variety of things about a page not just the meta tags. A lot of sites don't very have a meta tag. Under Page Options, the test tab, you can copy and paste in a page, and see what Yioop will extract for a page. Just be aware Yioop also uses info in link text from other pages when making summaries.
  4. Yioop scales all images to a standard size for its thumbs. If the original image was small, this can make it look pixelated.
If you want to change how the SearchView.php draws things, I would suggest you make a copy of the file to work_directory/app/views/SearchView.php and edit it there. Yioop will detect your version and use it instead of the version that comes with Yioop. This will make it easier to upgrade your system when newer versions of Yioop come out.
Best,
Chris
(Edited: 13/04/2018)
# src/views/SearchView.php draws the search results # I am not sure what your second question is asking. # Yioop indexes a variety of things about a page not just the meta tags. A lot of sites don't very have a meta tag. Under Page Options, the test tab, you can copy and paste in a page, and see what Yioop will extract for a page. Just be aware Yioop also uses info in link text from other pages when making summaries. # Yioop scales all images to a standard size for its thumbs. If the original image was small, this can make it look pixelated. If you want to change how the SearchView.php draws things, I would suggest you make a copy of the file to work_directory/app/views/SearchView.php and edit it there. Yioop will detect your version and use it instead of the version that comes with Yioop. This will make it easier to upgrade your system when newer versions of Yioop come out. Best, Chris
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