InBefore - News Aggregator with Search Engine

PHP Scripts InBefore - News Aggregator with Search Engine 2023-12-25

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InBefore is an automated news aggregator, that can import latest content from unlimited RSS feeds. With no-cost Google CSE based search engine that searches different portions of the web. Including different types of search sections, like web, videos, torrents even subtitles. No API keys are needed.

InBefore is not your average RSS aggregator, it comes with special features like HTML DOM based full-text fetching for articles, cron based automatic content fetching and deletion of the old content after a certain period and many more.

InBefore is the perfect choice for anyone who’s looking to build their very own content portal with no much server load to worry about.
Inbefore by Miraz Mac

Inbefore features overview
RSS Aggregation with Full text import




Requirements​

Before you buy or try to install inbefore please make sure your server meets the following requirements

  • PHP 7.4 to PHP 8.3 – Linux/unix web-server.
  • Apache 2.4+ with mod_rewrite
  • MySQL 5.6+
  • Standard cPanel with CRON support
  • cURL - PHP Extension
  • PDO-MySQL - PHP Extension
  • Mbstring - PHP Extension
  • fileinfo - PHP Extension
  • libxml- PHP Extension
  • DOM - PHP Extension

Warning​

Please check the live demo and ask questions before you buy. Pre-sale questions are always welcomed. Ask questions and take your time before you buy to make sure you’re not buying something that you don’t want. Feeds must be added by yourself, only valid feeds are supported. Check if a feed is valid or not from here:

There will be no refund once the item has been downloaded.


ALSO TO CUSTOMIZE THE ITEM YOU NEED AT LEAST BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF PHP AND HTML.



Live Preview​

Live Demo:
Admin Dashboard:

Admin Credentials​

E-Mail: [email protected]
Password: 123456

Search engines not working all of a sudden?​

If your search engines are not showing any results, download to the latest update and at the root you will find a file named “engines-fix.sql”. Import that file to your current installation’s database. It will reset the engines with new default values.

Or you can manually run this SQL query:

TRUNCATE `in_engines`;
INSERT INTO `in_engines` VALUES (1,'Web','68c42d53085561644',0,0,1567321257,1580814530),(3,'Videos','e403897ed3d957745',0,1,1567321259,1580814558),(4,'News','b16521454a1884f6a',0,1,1567321259,1567321259),(5,'Torrents','6ff7034d0894868ee',0,0,1567321259,1592295317),(6,'Subtitles','93314d2add702dbab',0,0,1567321259,1567321259),(2,'Images','954a56c1e00db57aa',1,0,1567321258,1592295337);

Or, alternatively, go to Dashboard > Engines

And change the Google Custom Search IDs of the engines to the following new values:

Web – 68c42d53085561644
Images – 954a56c1e00db57aa
Videos – e403897ed3d957745
News – b16521454a1884f6a
Torrents – 6ff7034d0894868ee
Subtitles – 93314d2add702dbab

Further disclaimer about the Search Engines​

The search engine part of the script depends on a free third party API named, Google CSE. If a situation arrives when the API is discontinued, the search engines will stop working. As I have no control over third party APIs, I won’t be able to do anything to fix it. So if you are purchasing this solely for the search engines then make sure you understand this, thank you.

PS: NO URL SHORTNERS WERE CREATED DURING THE MAKING OF THIS ITEM.​

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