Using latest Professional edition.
Obviously, 12,000 files are too much for JS.
After creating new indexes [obviously]... The CGI and PHP alternatives are both working fine - apart from search_template.html which gives a 500 error. I've tried it on different webservers, using .exe and .cgi but the ZOOMSEARCH tag resolutely refuses to work.
Summary: search scripts and indexing are working, but I can't customise my results pages!
Anybody got any idea why?
The search template file is just a plain old HTML file. If you can not open / view the file when it is on your web server, then it is most likely a problem on your web server.
Can you post the URL to the file so that we can see the error.
Thanks for your help on this, admin.
Oh, and a really useful piece of software you have there. Really excellent.
The problem I had with search-template.html was that I was trying to access it directly in the cgi-bin... [DOH!] ... which, of course, you don't need to. The search_template.html is *** picked up and used *** by the CGI script, automatically.
And any changes to the template are immediately picked up by the CGI script - easy! But it may need to be s-p-e-l-l-e-d out in the support docs for dummies like me.
BTW. I've had good results using Server2Go as a standalone web server for a CD based CGI version.
Good luck and thanks!