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CodeIgniter from Scratch: Search Results without Query Strings

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In this episode of CodeIgniter from Scratch, we will implement search features, and display the results pages without the use of query strings. You can use these methods to keep your URL's clean, and continue using the uri segments convention of the CodeIgniter framework.

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