Search for cPanel from Webglimpse
Webglimpse.net announces new automated installer of Webglimpse Advanced Site Search Software for the popular cPanel webhosting control panel. This new release makes it easy for cPanel/WHM administrators to offer search capability to all users.
Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) April 26,2006 -- Webglimpse.Net, developers of Webglimpse advanced site search engine, announced a new one-step installer for the common webhosting control panel cPanel.
"In the past we had many users come to us and say they had switched providers and were no longer able to use Webglimpse, because of the limitations of their cPanel account. Now installing Webglimpse onto a cPanel maintained site is actually easier than installing the traditional way." reported Golda Velez, principal developer at Webglimpse.Net.
Along the way, Webglimpse.Net found it useful to install their own copy of cPanel for hosting clients. "Having local users is a great way to get quick feedback. Since hosting is only a small part of our business we can afford to know each hosting client personally and really see if our software is meeting their needs."
Hosting client and Webglimpse user Philip Weller of http://clicknotes.com reports that it is: "Personal, rapid, and effective responses to all of my many questions have made this a great experience for me, and I am sure my visitors will appreciate the many features of the Webglimpse search engine." The ability to jump to specific lines in Shakespeare's plays as annoated on Clicknotes.com was of particular importance to Weller, as was the ability of Webglimpse to index password-protected sites.
Webglimpse search software is free for use by most nonprofits, educational and government institutions. Although not under GPL license, it is distributed with all source code included. Webglimpse.net licenses the original Glimpse and Webglimpse code from the University of Arizona and has continued to develop and maintain the software since 1997. The algorithms in Glimpse were developed by professors Udi Manber of the University of Arizona and Sun Wu of National Chung-Cheng University in Taiwan and were originally published in 1993.
For more information or to try out Webglimpse Advanced Site Search Software, visit http://webglimpse.net. Phone queries may be directed to Golda Velez, +1-520-440-1420 in Tucson, Arizona.