Description: A cool client-side internal site search script. This script will actually allow your surfers to search the contents of your own web site. There are two versions of the script- one for NS, and one for IE. Each one will not work with the other. The current page demonstrates the Microsoft version- if you are using Netscape, click here for the NS version instead. Thanks to Satadip Dutta for this great script and giving us the permission to feature it.
Directions: Click here first and choose "save as" to get the general search engine script page.
Ok, you're worried. But you shouldn't be. I'll briefly explain the process to reinforce the documentation you'll find inside the script, which is already very clear and easy to follow.
In the script, 1/4 down the page, you'll see the line title=14, as shown below. 14 was used in my case, because I wanted it to search 14 pages. Change this number to reflect your own. Moving down, you will see many chunks of four lined codes. The first line title should contain the keywords you want associated with a certain page. Choose these carefully, because your search engine is only as good as the keywords used to search it. desc should contain the description shown if that page is matched and displayed. Lastly, links should contain the URL of that page. This process repeats for all 14 pages. Yes, that's all there is to the configuration!
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