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I need to do a search function for a Home Page. But actually I don't have any idea how I would to that. What I need is something like a ComboBox where the user can select a product and then click a "GO-Button". This should bring him/her to another site, which contains more detailed information about the product selected. Could some post some sources, docs please ?
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Do you want to create individual pages for each product item?
ie I choose Product 1 ad then go to product 1 page?

if so, use this (No go button needed...):
<SELECT NAME="Products" onChange="GoHere(this)">
<OPTION VALUE="product1.html">Product1</OPTION>
<OPTION VALUE="product2.html">Product2</OPTION>
</SELECT>

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="Javascript"><--
function GoHere(s)
{ var d = s.options[s.selectedIndex].value;
window.top.location.href = d;
s.selectedIndex=0;
}
//--></SCRIPT>
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