Here is a sample site:
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I have the script that generates this type of site, and am wanting to modify it some what as well as alter the templates to make it unique from other users.
For the design, I want to keep it simple and streamlined, with minimal or no image files. Currently the adsense ads blend in well with the results, and I want to keep it that way. If the design allows for a few some easy to implement variations, that is a plus.
As far as the add-on functionality, the script generates pages on-the-fly based on the URL entered. The front page draws links for a text file on the server that has the "starter" words. I want to use a much larger list of starter terms, but I don't think this would be appropriate for the home page. What I want is "sitemap" page that will grab my words from another text file on the server and dynamically build a crawlable page of links. This could also have some randomization to keep the page size manageable and always fresh.
If you click through the site, you'll see that related terms are shown in the left column. These are taken from Overture. What I want to do here is extend this in a couple of ways. First, I'd like to be able store a large database of keywords that the script can querry when looking for related terms, to add or mix additional entries beyond the Overture list. In addition, I'd like to be able to point some of the links to other installations of the script, rather than just the same site. In this way I can provide some cross-linking between multiple sites.
Other features would be dynamically generated social bookmarking tags based on the keyword tokens, and a randomization scheme for the RSS feeds that supply the search and news results (currently from MSN).
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PHP on Linux.