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Maverickb7

Recording Search Terms

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Hello--
I have a large database full of articles that I allow my users to search through. I'm curious to see what kinda searches they are making on my site so I was wondering what the best method would be for recording the search terms? I tried something simple with the if/else where it would either add the term to a table or modify the counter if the term exsisted. That didn't really work out as everytime you loaded a new page of results (for the same term) it would keep adding 1+ to the counter. Does anyone have an easy method to get this done?

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Hello--
I have a large database full of articles that I allow my users to search through. I'm curious to see what kinda searches they are making on my site so I was wondering what the best method would be for recording the search terms? I tried something simple with the if/else where it would either add the term to a table or modify the counter if the term exsisted. That didn't really work out as everytime you loaded a new page of results (for the same term) it would keep adding 1+ to the counter. Does anyone have an easy method to get this done?
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I thought this would be pretty simple?

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