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    csSearch is an automated website search script. Advanced Control Panel allows to specify files and directories to skip or ignore. Optional setting to have engine search through Server Side Includes. Search is keyed off both the body of the document and the meta tags. Simple to use interface. Place the search form anywhere with server side includes.

     (Added: Mon Jan 15 2001 Hits: 1316 Rating: 9.25 Votes: 4)


    csSearch, Sun Nov 17 2002
    5 of 230 people found the following review helpful:


    Reviewed By: robinantill

    This is the easiest script I have ever installed, anyone should be able to install this script. All you have to do is check the line to 'perl' is correct and upload and then run the main scipt, Job Done!!

    Not only that their support service was 2nd to none with replies within hours, even on this freebie script. I have now bought the csSearchPro script and the the features far exceed my expectations.

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