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Webbot search script question

Webbot search script question

Webbot search script question

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The search feature on a FP discussion web. I'm using the forum within a regular web. When I use the search function it searches the entire web and I only want it to search the messages in the forum. Here's part of the scriptThe search feature on a FP discussion web. I'm using the forum within a regular web. When I use the search function it searches the entire web and I only want it to search the messages in the forum. Here's part of the script
"webbot bot="Search" s-index="All" s-dsn="default"
How can I edit the script so it only searches the contents of my "comments" folder? I'd like to think it's only a matter of replacing "All" with "/comments".
I like the ease of maintaining a web with front page but I'd like to use a different forum script "Discus". Problem is that FP rewrites the script and corrupts it. Ah......compromise
 
 


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