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Chapter 13. Using FrontPage Components > Adding FrontPage-Based Web Searches

Adding FrontPage-Based Web Searches

The ability to search a corporate Web site’s contents by entering terms in a search form is one of the features most highly desired by Web surfers. Many visitors immediately turn to a search form to find something, rather than clicking on links.

Normally, making a site searchable requires programming. FrontPage enables you to make your site searchable by inserting a Web component that indexes your site’s contents, and then searches the contents in response to search queries. First, you create a simple form for searching the current FrontPage Web:


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