findinsite-cd word highlighting to the same window
If viewing this page online, then most browsers will ask you to to allow popups (temporarily or always) to be able to see highlighted hits.
- Enter your search text.
- Click on the Search button.
- A list of pages containing all the words in your search text is displayed.
- To view a page, click on its title.
In some browsers a pop up window appears briefly to
highlight the search words.
Full help below
This example will startup slowly online at the PHD FindinSite-CD site.
This example displays results page in the same window,
highlighting the search words. To see how FindinSite-CD can display results in other
browser windows and work in frame sets, see below.
Example using index subsets
Example producing HTML results
Example of field searching
||The search tool finds pages that contain all the words you are searching for.
The words can be anywhere on the page.
FindinSite-CD ignores all punctuation characters in your search text.
Searching for throw will also match the words throws,
thrower, throwers, ...
Common mis-spellings and regional variations are also matched, so
teh will also find the, and
color will also find colour and vice versa.
Put text in 'single quotes' if you do not want word stemming or synonyms.
||Use single quotes to match capitals eg: 'Mexico'.
||Use double quotes to match adjacent words eg: "mexico city".
Punctuation characters have the same effect, so email@example.com is equivalent to "sales phdcc com".
These searches may take longer.
||Use and, or, not and parentheses ( ) to
do logical searches.
To find the words and, or or not put them in "double quotes".
A basic search for swiss cheese is equivalent to swiss and cheese.
||Use ? to match exactly one character and * to match
any number of characters. For example, mexic? and mex* both match
the word mexico.
||Press the Esc key to go back to your previous search text.
||If available, click on Subsets to choose the
subsets that you want to include in your search.
||If available, click on Indexes to change the index.
||If available, click on Languages to change the FindinSite-CD user interface language.
||Click on Help for instructions, FindinSite-CD version details and information
on the current index.
||In Internet Explorer 4 or later for Windows and some other browsers, FindinSite-CD will highlight any search words in the displayed web page
and add navigation arrows
(< and >)
to help you move between matching words.
FindinSite-CD working in browser windows
The picture on the right shows four examples of using FindinSite-CD.
This page is the first example - the popup window does word highlighting and only appears for
Internet Explorer 4 or later for Windows (and some other browsers).
Click on the other examples to see how FindinSite-CD has different ways of using browser windows.
The second example, showing hits in a new window, is the default search page generated by FindinSite-CD-Wizard.
How this search database was built
The search database being shown in the applet above was built using this
FindinSite-CD information web site.
You can rebuild this database if you want.
- Start FindinSite-CD-Wizard, eg Start+All Programs+FindinSite-CD+FindinSite-CD-Wizard
- Select File+New...
- Enter the root directory of the FindinSite-CD pages, eg
in the Directory: edit box and press Next >
- Select the "HTML Files" and "TXT files" checkboxes, and then press Next >
- Enter the filename for the search database, eg
Clear the "Make a search page" check box.
Press Next >
You will be asked to confirm that you want to overwrite file
- A page of indexing options is shown.
The default options should be satisfactory, so press Finish
to start the scan.