When a website starts to grow beyond a couple of pages, it
can be time-consuming for visitors to find what they are looking for.
As more web pages are connected to one another via hypertext links,
the resulting spaghetti-like relationship only exacerbates the
complexity. Having SiteSearch installed on your website
solves these problems. It provides a quick way for people to find
the pages they are looking for. Additionally, because the script is
searching the actual pages on the website, the results of the search
are always up-to-date.
The following are actual implementations. Please do not clutter these sites with unnecessary tests and the like. The administrators were all kind enough to allow us to cite them as working examples, so be nice to them on eXtropia's behalf!