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if you want a content search (which i believe is what you want) AND your site has database content, it would be very easy.But if your site doesn't have database and you want to perform a search in the content embedded in the files, you'll have to be very creative and it may become a bit complex...If you want the latter and don't know how to start, I suggest you could create a separeted file containing only keywords and references to the sessions of your site.

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if you want a content search (which i believe is what you want) AND your site has database content, it would be very easy.But if your site doesn't have database and you want to perform a search in the content embedded in the files, you'll have to be very creative and it may become a bit complex...If you want the latter and don't know how to start, I suggest you could create a separeted file containing only keywords and references to the sessions of your site.

I don't do sessions, I view them the same as cookies. They're stupid and I hate them. [i actually don't know hoe to do them, heh heh ... ]
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In the meantime, you could get a basic Google Search box.Check this page out http://www.google.com/searchcode.html

:) I kinda sorta knew how to make the Google search anyway. Although it's more simple to do this:
<html>   <head>      <script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript">         function gsearchme() {            window.location="http://www.google.com/search?q="            +            document.forms.google.q.value            +            " site:http://my.web.page/";         }      </script>   </head>   <body>      <form name="google" action="javascript:gsearchme();" method="get">         <label for="q">Google</label>         <input type="text" name="q" />         <input type="submit" value="Google Search" />      </form>   <body></html>

It works, trust me. All browsers. :)

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