I am searching for one with these features: - can easily be used for horizontal and vertical menus; - is search engine friendly (not mandatory); - resizes properly when increasing/decreasing browser text sizes;
There are so many choices, and so little time, so if you know of any great ones that are free or affordable, please let me know.
I have never done this before and I need some help. Can someone tell me how can I create a search engine within my website to search through the text on a certain page? This is the site I am talking about:http://www.21stcenturyworld.com/community.html
I have 2 boxfield in my search engine...when i write somthing on my 1st text box and press the clear button it clear me the thing i wrote in the text field....when i write somthing and drag it from 1st text box to the 2nd and then press the clear button.the letter in the 2nd textfield jump the 1st one.....and doesnt clear herself...
How would you create a text field that allows users to select different search engines, and then search their keyword. Essentially what I'm looking for is a something similar to the default multiple search field that you see in Firefox and Safari.At this point in time I have the multiple search feature implemented. But all I really have is a <select> next to a <input>. What I want is something that combines the two. Basically I want the look and feel of Firefox/Safari default multiple search field.
I'm wondering if the <input type="search" /> has the capability of adding search engines to the end of the drop down list. In Safari if you click on the magnifying glass on the search box, you'll see search engines at the very bottom. I'm wondering if I can do that to my webpage using <input type="search" />, but having my own search engines specified.
I've been the last few days around a script that I can't make it work. This script is a search engine, when you look for something say the word "titanic", it shows you a list of results with numbers, being the first link with the higher number (kinda like a score), and then after u click the link you want he goes to the respective page. Now I want him to skip the results page, and directly open the first link that he founds on the page.
The Script <!-- Begin var item = new Array(); // Just enter as many additional pages that you want to search, then fill in he additional listings for each page. // "Page Name","path","Page Title","Many,Key,Words","Descriptive Comments" c=0; item[c]=new Array("centerif.htm","","titanic","index,main,start,home,front","Demonstration search engine data about an imagined but probable internet site."); .....
i have a free js script for a search engine, pretty simple, i define the key words and the .html associated to them. But when i enter a word he starts listing the matches he found and rate them by number, being the highest number the most probable match!
Now what i want to is to SKIP the listing, and redirect automatically for the .html of the first match he finds .
I have two js scripts running on my project at the moment, one is uses mootools and the other uses jquery-1.2.3min, both work but not if they are on the same page.The mootool adds the pop out effect to a form box and the jquery enables the nav switch for 2 boxes that contain different form fields for a search engine. Now I've been reading up on the two and have decided to favour jquery which means I have to reproduce the same effect in mootool but with my limited knowledge it's proven rather hard.The mootool code:
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I just wanted to know if I have a text document that contains html code,how would I search through the code and retrieve all the data related to the search. i.e. by creating a search engine. The problem I face is if the format of the tag names change in the html txt document then it won't work. Therfore using DOM to retrieve the text would fail. Is there anything other than DOM that I can use to parse through the text document, so even if the code changed the search engine would still work.The aim is to search through a html "text document" and retrieve the data that the user wants.
Are there any good web UI component libraries -open source or commercial - that you can recomment? They need to be cross browser compatible and have good documentation. Jquery UI is very good but limited in number of controls it offers. YUI is very verbose and very hard to use. extJs only other one I can think of. Any others you use and like?
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Any guidance on scenarios to use to demo JS or a good tutorial website for real world scenarios,
I have a search field on the website, and when I type a word to search, it search good, but after preforming the search, the search term from search text field disappears and become the default 'Search' word.
I'm sure you are all familiar with this free uploadscript, if not i'm happy to post the sourcecode. I use this to upload files to the server, but it doens't check wether the file already exists or not. Anyone knows how to add this into the script? It's also possible to do it onformsubmit and return false if the file already exists, but what is the scriptcode?
Let me introduce free PHP IDE with available JQuery plug-in (paid):
And it has special JQuery features: - autocomplete for JQuery library - context and dynamic help for JQuery library