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I am trying to find a solution for one of our web sites.  The site is all static .html pages.  I need to add search functionality to this site.  My goal is if someone does a search for Employment or any other popular phrase that it will scan the many different .html pages of the web root and display a list of links the visitor can click on.  This link naturally would take them to the appropriate page and possibly even highlight the keyword they used in the search.

I have looked at the Front Page search form, but not sure if that will work, nor do I particularly want to use Front Page extensions if I don't have to for this.

TIA for your input.
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colonytire
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colonytire
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Daemon2005Commented:
You might want to try mnogosearch.
The light version is a fully functional (freeware) searchengine.

They have a version for windows as well as for linux/unix, so it should fit all your needs.

You might then also want to install MySQL as the database behind this searchengine.

http://www.mnogosearch.org/

To see what this searchengine could look like check http://corporate.nuon.com/en/  and try the search either from the sitemap or the bottommenu ;-)

Hope this helps,

Pete
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KenAdneyCommented:
As another option, I just implemented the free app from http://www.webwizguide.info/asp/sample_scripts/site_search_script.asp which works fine although it doesn't highlight the selected text on the target pages.  One nice feature is that you can select the type of files it looks through (i.e. .html) but have it ignore the other files.
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joeposter649Commented:
Perhaps you can just do a google search using site:yoursite.com like they do at http://www.w3schools.com
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KenAdneyCommented:
I suggest splitting the points between Daemon & me.  Both answered the question and should work.
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colonytireDirector of TechnologyAuthor Commented:
The soulution was in the indexing servicce of the web server.  I built a script that takes advantage of this and all was well.  The freeware version did not mention the ability to do full text indexing which was needed.  I thank everyone for the posts and the help on this.
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colonytireDirector of TechnologyAuthor Commented:
Please reduce points to 250 and split the points between Daemon and Ken.  Their soulution would work in general for a standard web page.
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VenabiliCommented:
Please ask in CS for this
Thanks
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