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Creating a Search Feature on my page

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I'd like to impliment a search feature in my page where a user could
insert a line of text, or a search string into a data field and it would
display matches.  I've seen this feature on many pages, so I know that
it's possible.  Can anyone help me (or point me in the right direction)
in figuring out the HTML for this and anything else I need to do?
Please e-mail me privately.  Thanks in advance.

Josh

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Can't email you privately.

The following site has hundreds of scripts. In particular there are 15 different search scripts written in perl, one of them is found to do what you want, all are free.

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by:hoffjm00
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I appreciate your comment, but you didn't leave the URL of the site you were refferring to.  Could you please leave it?

Josh
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Oops

The URL you want is

http://www.cgi-resources.com/

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