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in thread Possible Web Site Improvements

I have already seen the Super Search

Found 50 nodes roughly between 1999-10-04 and 2000-08-10 (searched 2. +23% of DB). where any text contains "design" Press to continue searching remaining 97.77% of DB. Link to preload this search: [href://?node_id=3989;BIT=design;submit=S +earch;D]
Found 50 nodes roughly between 2000-08-10 and 2000-04-22 (searched 1.5 +2% of DB). where any text contains "theme" Press to continue searching remaining 0.70% of DB. Please be patient after submitting your search. Link to preload this search: [href://?node_id=3989;BIT=theme;D]

That way I got already tired before I found anything suitable.
which would be in technical terms:

The nice way about Tags and Categories is that on the currently reading Posts it suggests you the right terms to read further
And on the Backend Side it leds you display related Posts.

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Re^3: Possible Web Site Improvements
by Anonymous Monk on Sep 27, 2018 at 08:35 UTC
Re^3: Possible Web Site Improvements
by HugoNo1 (Novice) on Sep 27, 2018 at 11:24 UTC

    Another example for a Search I did.
    https://perlmonks.org/?node=template+toolkit

    Found 50 nodes roughly between 2018-09-27 and 2016-09-23 (searched 4.15% of DB).
    where title contains all of "template", "toolkit"
    Pressto continue searching remaining 95.85% of DB.
    Please be patient after submitting your search.
    Link to preload this search: ?node_id=3989;HIT=template%20toolkit
    
    The Result is filled up with one Thread mostly.

    But I can't find any answer to my concrete Question
    Do you use the Template::Toolkit on here ?

    This is an Example what Perl still can do on the Web nowadays:
    http://template-toolkit.org/index.html

      "This is an Example what Perl still can do on the Web nowadays:"

      That's not very "nowadays", in the sense that you could do this with perl and Template::Toolkit a long time ago. Mojolicious would be a better example of what perl can do on the web nowadays.

      Another example for a Search I did.

      Why aren't you following the example of the better searches?

      But I can't find any answer to my concrete Question

      You dont need to know :)

        > > Another example for a Search I did.
        > Why aren't you following the example of the better searches?

        This is not only about "Sorry, I can't find a discussion on here."
        This is to illustrate a UX Issue on a Real Life Use Case
        An earnest invite to come over from the Developer Side (alias pmdev) to the User Side (alias Wisdom Seeker)

        You can take the invite or leave it ...