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In site Search Engine, I think!


RoystonEWB

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Hi All, Very much an amateur at designing a website, so please be gentle. Is there an In Site Search Engine, (I think that’s what it called) that will search for a word that is on an Access database pasted onto a web page, and give that line of information from the database. What I am doing is building a site of all the castles in Britain (some 5500), and part of the site I want visitors to be able to just type in a castle name and receive it’s GPS location and a little info. I have tried a couple of search engines, Atomz, and Google, but they only seen to give the page address, not just the info of their castle request. I may well be copying the data wrongly from Access. I basically highlight and press copy then paste onto a webpage. Told you I’m and amateur. Any help, mush appreciated, Roy

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