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  1. How can I use PHP Code for the links.xml file for the Live Search Script (http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_ajax_livesearch.asp). I have thousands of Links, which I want to be searchable. <?phpforeach ($verbs["a"] as $key => $list) {echo '<link>'."n";echo '<title>'.($verbs["a"][$key]).'</title>'."n";echo '<url>a/'.letter($verbs["a"][$key]).'/</url>'."n";echo '</link>'."n";} ?> I want also to know, how to change the script, because I want, that the first letter should be find only words, which starts which this letter and so on. like Search:
  2. I was able to complete a live search with a T-SQL database similar to the design found here on W3Schools, though now I am running into some difficulties passing multiple arguments/parameters to the JavaScript search page. Basically, we thought it would be a good idea to let people search by just a first name or last name if they wanted, as well as searching by their affiliation. Here is an excerpt from the form that appears to be giving me the problems: <form><input type="text" name="name" id="nameID" size="40" maxlength="64" onKeyUp="showNames('nameID', 'typeID', 'firstLastID')"
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