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On which File of the Script includes the Action returned by the <form> tag of the form searchView.php AND Yioop supports the (+0/0). - 17/04/2018 Yioop Software Help

Hello and thank you again for your assistance. But we still have some questions to ask about YIOOP:
1 - On the /src/views/searchView.php Page which contains the Search Form (of the Form tag), we find that the Form Action is represented by a question mark (action = '?'). So, where exactly is the Form Action of this Page /src/views/searchView.php ??? Which script file contains exactly the Action Code of the form that is represented by the question mark ('? ') Of the form tag ???
2 - Is it possible for YIOOP ​​to provide results in the form "Knowledge Graph " based on the information available on WIKIPEDIA exactly as GOOGLE does by displaying results WIKIPEDIA celebrities right of the Results Page ???
If yes, how to set OR on which file of the Script can we develop such a plugin to allow our Search Engine to display Results in "Knowledge Graph " ???
3 - Does YIOOP ​​support Spell Checkers to suggest to Net Queries ??? For example, if the user searches for Facebook and seizes Facbk , he will see Facebook results and at the same time the phrase "Do you mean: Facebook " just at the top of the Search Results. So, we want to know if YIOOP ​​has such a function. If so, how to set that ??? And on which file of the Script is coded this type of function ???
Thank you.

Last Edited: 17/04/2018
Hello and thank you again for your assistance. But we still have some questions to ask about YIOOP: '''1 -''' On the '''/src/views/searchView.php''' Page which contains the Search Form (of the Form tag), we find that the Form Action is represented by a question mark (action = '?'). So, where exactly is the Form Action of this Page '''/src/views/searchView.php''' ??? Which script file contains exactly the Action Code of the form that is represented by the question mark (''''?'''') Of the '''form tag''' ??? '''2 -''' Is it possible for YIOOP ​​to provide results in the form "'''Knowledge Graph'''" based on the information available on '''WIKIPEDIA''' exactly as GOOGLE does by displaying results '''''WIKIPEDIA celebrities right''''' of '''''the Results Page''''' ??? If yes, how to set OR on which file of the Script can we develop such a plugin to allow our Search Engine to display Results in "'''Knowledge Graph'''" ??? '''3 -''' Does YIOOP ​​support Spell Checkers to suggest to Net Queries ??? For example, if the user searches for '''''Facebook''''' and seizes '''''Facbk''''', he will see '''Facebook''' results and at the same time the phrase "'''''Do you mean: Facebook'''''" just at the top of the Search Results. So, we want to know if YIOOP ​​has such a function. If so, how to set that ??? And on which file of the Script is coded this type of function ??? Thank you.
 

-- On which File of the Script includes the Action returned by the <form> tag of the form searchView.php AND Yioop supports the (+0/0). - 18/05/2018 Yioop Software Help

  1. The form action in the case mentioned above would be to the same script on which the view lives. In HTML 5 I really don't need a form action at all if I just want to send it to where it came from, so I should probably change this.
  2. I could try to make an inset to the side with wikipedia results. I'll try to get something like that in Version 6 along with the better image processing. I am right now trying to revise the documentation for Version 5 before I make it go live.
  3. Yioop at this point doesn't support spell checkers. It is a feature that could be added. PHP does have functions to map strings to "sounds-like" phonemes for English and then you could do a lookup from that. I am not sure how well that would work for French.
# The form action in the case mentioned above would be to the same script on which the view lives. In HTML 5 I really don't need a form action at all if I just want to send it to where it came from, so I should probably change this. # I could try to make an inset to the side with wikipedia results. I'll try to get something like that in Version 6 along with the better image processing. I am right now trying to revise the documentation for Version 5 before I make it go live. # Yioop at this point doesn't support spell checkers. It is a feature that could be added. PHP does have functions to map strings to "sounds-like" phonemes for English and then you could do a lookup from that. I am not sure how well that would work for French.
 
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