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    Google Internal Site Search

    I used the Google Internal Site Search script for my site but its search only the index.htm, how can I make it search the entir web site.

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    Google Internal Site Search Script I - Results of just Index page

    Hello, all. I'm having this same problem and haven't found it to be fixed yet. What is the answer to this problem, please? Thanks

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    If you are referring to

    http://www.javascriptkit.com/script/...e_search.shtml

    that does search the entire site.


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    Google is a search engine and search any site the Google is best option to Site search.
    it may be helpful very much.

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    Philip, I'm sorry. But it's not searching every page in my website. Only the first page... I tested it many times.

    huperkarl, that you. I'll try that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by almacote View Post
    Philip, I'm sorry. But it's not searching every page in my website. Only the first page... I tested it many times.

    huperkarl, that you. I'll try that.
    It works for me, but it will only search pages which are indexed in Google. Check the pages for your site that are in fact indexed. I guess Google will ignore pages without a title and perhaps without META description and keywords. Your title tag should look like

    <TITLE>Page Title Here</TITLE>
    Last edited by Philip M; 11-22-2011 at 05:33 PM.

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    I so appreciate your help, Philip, but I've looked at this and looked at this and am still confused. Please be patient with me...

    I always had titles for all of my pages, ex: Home - Mywebsite; About - Mywebsite; Resources - Mywebsite; etc. I don't have meta tags, but from what I've researched, the meta tags are for OUTSIDE searching while I'm looking to have an INTERNAL search of only my 6 pages. I thought Meta Tags were not necessary for that as long and the http://Mywebsite.com was known... When using the search field, I get google to search for:

    site:www.mywebsite.com green

    I have the word green on 4 of my webpages except the home page and when I search for a word that IS on the homepage, I return the correct results, ONLY for the homepage.

    Is my thinking wrong? Thanks again, so much!

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    I can only repeat what I said in post #6.
    Are your pages actually indexed by Google? It may take some time before Google's bots get around to indexing a new site/page.

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