How To Make A Search Engine

Want to know how to make a search engine?  This article will help you create your search engine the easiest way possible.  You don't need to be an experienced programmer or computer professional to create a search engine.  Most search engines are programmed in PHP, Visual Basic and Perl.  I am sure it could be done in C++. 

1.  Funnylogo website.  First we will want to go to the funnylogo website at  funnylogo.info/create.  This will take you to a new window where you can create a web search engine quickly and efficiently, without having to program code to create a search engine. 

2.  Enter a name.  Now, you will name your search engine.  It can include just letters, numbers, special characters or a combination of the previously named.  You are able to enter any amount of characters, it doesn't seem to have a boundary that it stops at.  So feel free to create a long sentence for the name, if you want too. 

3.  Select style.  You have the option to select the type of font style you would like your name or sentence to look like.  Remember the name or sentence will be located just above the search engine text box.  So take your time choosing the right font style. 

4.  Create your search engine.  The last and final step is to click on the "Create my search engine" button.  Right after you click on this button, it will automatically direct you to your search engine.  You are done.  Wasn't that simple?

 

 

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