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Does anyone know if it is possible to add a searchfunction on a site that is non database driven?

Any good link to info about that is also very welcome, thanks guys

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you can always add the Free Google search bar, like the one on this site

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That's not really an option. It needs to be fully customisable (graphically spoken)...

thanks anyway Addikt

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How much access do you have to the machine? I doubt you are going to find a decent flatfile database.. now if you had MySQL...
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I've used this before : http://www.xav.com/scripts/search/

It works pretty good. Of course I didn't use it on a huge site. You can customize it a little, and it looks OK. You can see it on a site I worked on at : http://capitalgoldcorp.com/search/search.pl

I would use it again, if I wasn't going to use MySQL.

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