Yes, if i access directly from the browser it shows the page ok with css attributes and everything, but obviously with the variables unset, for example:
'$&(LOGICAL_WORDS)' was not found.
When is htdig who shows me the page, it shows with the variables set, for example:
Search results for 'car crash'
But it doesn't load the css attributes at all.
I think i do not need to download pages since the search engine runs locally and only for local search, so they're always going to be "online" and available.
I've been reading the source code for htdig, and it's complex as hell, it uses dictionaries, word exceptions, a database, and more... i don't think i can write a search engine by my own at required time.
But i'm wondering something... could the problem be relationed to the directory paths?
i mean, htdig directory is in /srv/www/htdocs/htdig, and the search engine, htsearch, is in /srv/www/cgi-bin/htsearch.
Thanks a lot for your answers and please excuse my poor english.
This is driving me insane.
The cgi-bin directory contains executable scripts. It will assume it should execute files with executable permissions instead of just handing out their content. Which for a css file, isn't gonna work. If you insist, you might be able to get away with it by removing the executable bits from file.css but it really doesn't belong there.
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