[Mediawiki-l] Non-searchable text
iubito at gmail.com
Mon Feb 27 12:20:30 UTC 2006
with google, it's always searchable :-)
I don't know any special tag to avoid search, but imagine you remember a
part of a fix, you had to be able to search for the entire fix.
2006/2/27, Farrell, Rob (contractor) <Rob.Farrell at uk.bp.com>:
> Hi all,
> I'm a N00b, so please bear with me.
> I have a need to mark certain text in my articles as non-searchable.
> Are there tags in existence that I can use, or can anyone out there help
> me create them? You may ask why? Good question. I am creating a
> Technical solutions knowledgebase using MediaWiki technology and have
> strict guidelines around content to minimise the "noise" - searchwise -
> that one can get with long articles. The format is:
> - Environment
> - Symptoms
> - Cause
> - Fix
> I only want the symptoms & Environment sections to be searchable, as the
> "cause" only adds context to the solution and the "fix" is simply that,
> and does not need to be searchable.
> Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated. If you wish to
> contact me directly for details please do.
> Bob Farrell
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