findinsite-cd screen shots
In this screen shot, someone has just searched for the text cd-roms.
8 pages have been found.
If you click on the HTML CDs link then the page
cdroms.htm is shown
with all the search words highlighted, ie cd, roms and similar words.
If the Subsets button is available,
press this to choose the subsets to include in your search.
FindinSite-CD chooses the most appropriate language for your locale.
Pressing Languages lets you choose different one.
Pressing Help displays instructions.
If an Indexes button is available,
then press this to choose between different search indexes.
This screen shot shows FindinSite-CD-Wizard in the process of editing a search database.
FindinSite-CD-Wizard screen shots
The user has opted just to see words that have all upper case capital letters
that start with the letter "C".
Note how some of the words have been deleted.
FindinSite-CD-Wizard also lets you edit the pages in a search database
You can edit the title, URL, Base URL, target, priority and abstract.
If you press Delete then the page and all the
words it contains are deleted.
The Priority field can be used to re-order
the FindinSite-CD results list. You can set the Priority using the
custom META phd-spy-priority tag.
Base URL editing
A Base URL is the prefix that is applied to all page URLs.
So if the Base URL is
and the page URL is
shots.htm, the full URL
Note that in most cases, you will just want to leave the Base URL
for each page as <None> so that the pages in the current directory
The FindinSite-CD runtime supports many languages, and FindinSite-CD-Wizard
recognises characters from most web pages etc.
See the Languages page for details
of how to add or amend languages, and other options.
This is a screen shot of FindinSite-CD running in Japanese.
This is a screen shot of a small portion of the FindinSite-CD-Wizard, editing a mixed English/Japanese
search database. FindinSite-CD-Wizard correctly shows the Japanese characters and lets you edit them.
This was run in Windows 2000 with the default system locale set to Japanese.
FindinSite-CD-Wizard still works in a non-Japanese system locale with this search database, even though it cannot display the characters
correctly. See the Character sets page for full details.
This is a screen shot of FindinSite-CD running with a Simplified Chinese user interface.
This is a screen shot of FindinSite-CD running with a Traditional Chinese user interface.
In the same way as for Japanese, FindinSite-CD-Wizard will let you edit Chinese characters directly,
provided your system default locale is Chinese. You can still edit characters in other default
locales, but the characters will not be displayed correctly.