I have a page with more than 200 links with this kind of formatting.  <h1>   <a href="somelink">Somelink</a>   some text that explain the meaning of the link.  </h1>   Now, to make it bit easy to search through this li...
I'm trying to perform a full-text search on an array of strings in Mongoose and I am getting this error:  { [MongoError: text index required for $text query]   name: 'MongoError',   message: 'text index required for $text query',...
I am trying to implement a full text-based search functionality on a client machine.   I've found that Lunr.js satisfies my requirement partially, but it has to be loaded on a Server like Apache, then it works perfectly.   In my case, the client...
I am just building a website, and the search part of it implements (on the back-end) a full text search with PostgreSQL.   Problem is: if the user puts spaces between words it generates an error (42601: syntax error in tsquery), so you have ampersand...
Registering a new stemmer function in lunr for greek words doesn't work as expected. here is my code on codepen. I am not receiving any errors, the function stemWord() works fine when used separately but it fails to stem the words in lunr. below...
i have a question that if i want to search a perticular text in any page using jquery. what i don't want is that   <p id="1">iii</p> <p id="2">i</p> <p id="3">ibiib</p> <p id="4&#...
Edit: It looks like we identified the solution to this problem via the comments -- which is achieved by getting value of the .outerHTML property. However, it still appears that at least Firefox and Chrome "normalize" original source code when...
I've been using this script to bring back information from a drop down select option, i want to use this same method but in a text box, where the user can input a search instead, is this possible to do? It would be a search engine of sorts. I thi...
Lets say, I have:   a database with 13000 person entries , including first name, name, birthday, street, zip code, city a long text that includes the personal data of one specific person. Because it was processesed by OCR it could contain spelling er...

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