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 have been working with different codes to get a search form working with a database.I have a search form based on drop down option values, what I would like to do is select a "company" and append the search term to the company's value.E.G the form would be something like:
I would like to embed the search results of the Google books search into my website. It should be like Google News elements widget supplied by google itself. I need to have results and not the custom search box.
I have created a similar smart search like yellowpages:[URL]... Here is the problem I have with mine:
Lets say I search 'Attorneys' I start typing 'Att' ... then 'Attorneys' shows up in the smart search so I click on it and press enter. The next time I start typing 'Att' my browsers saved search field pops up over the websites smart search. Here is an image which might help explain the problem a bit more:
I have chosen to use Google Custom Search with my website and was given the following code, my question is, how can i pass a search query from my homepage which has a standard form on there to the search page which holds this code?
I am given a search box within this code but would prefer to use my own on the homepage...
I have a website that I'm designing where I have the need to search multiple sites at specific times. By this I mean that In some cases, we would want to search only the internet using google, or only search the site that I've created (which currently uses the jse_search.js solution), or only our company's website.
I have a page built in Sharepoint. I need to create a little search box within that page so people can search for names on that same page. It's a page with a lot of text, hence why the search feature is needed.
I was making mysearchfieldI though jQuer may help update one dropdown box when a value in one box is updated.
So, my search goes like this, Search for Pet [PetDropDown], Search for Breed [BreedDropDown], Search Location [Text feild] and Search Price [Text Feild].
So in this system i want the [DropDown] box to automatically update it self, with no reloading, thats where jQuery comes in (im guessing) with a list of Breed that link with the Pets DropDown. So if the user picks Dog, then the Breed Dropdown will show Breeds that areassociatedwith Dogs, such as Collie, Jack Russell or Staffordshire Bull Terrier. If a Pet isn't selected then nothing will show.
The information come from the data and a phpstatementfor the Breed DropDown would be as such: $sql = "SELECT id, title, value, type, cat FROM site_cats WHERE type = '[PetDropDown]' "; of course it wont be [PetDownDown] but as a $value such as $petType or $pet.
<select name="catalogPage" > <%for i = 1 to 396%> <option value="<%=i%>.pdf"><%=i%></option> <%next%> </select>
And that works fine, but Ive tried countless different things and nothing seems to give me the desired result.
My users are requesting that when they goto my search page, that the cursor already be blinking in the keyword field. Currently you have to click in there with your mouse. Is there an easy way to do this with PHP or even HTML?
I wish to have a search page on my website, so that the website user can search for items on my site, and list the results in another page, how would I go about carrying this out, I would like to set this up before publishing it to the web.