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MOREnet maintains GoogleMini™ Search Appliances which index and provide a mechanism for users to search your web site. The search page and results can be customized to fit your web site's needs.
Due to lack of use, MOREnet will be discontinuing the availability of the GoogleMini™ Search Appliance. New web sites set up in the Managed Web Hosting Service will not be configured with this built-in search capability. Currently hosted web sites which are using the built-in search capability may continue to do so for now, but be advised that MOREnet is in-process determining a retirement date for the GoogleMini Appliance. For those web sites which have not been using the built-in GoogleMini, MOREnet has removed the un-used built-in search functionality.
Although MOREnet does not promote nor favor any particular alternative search mechanism, we are aware of the publicly available Google Site Search capability that many webmaster's use. MOREnet offers the following URL as a starting place for those who desire an alternative search mechanism for their web site:
New web sites within the kinetic Service are set up with an initial set of starter
pages. Amongst these is a sample search form. The sample search form is located at
This page can be used as-is, or can be the basis for creating your own custom search page.
Creating Your Own Custom Search
To add your own link to the Google Mini™ Search Appliance within your web pages, you will need to add the following HTML code:
Note: The text "CHANGE_THIS_VALUE" should be replaced with the first 20 characters of your web site's domain name. In addition, any periods should be replaced with underscores.
By default the Google Mini lists ten results per page. To increase or decrease the number
of results listed per page include the below option anywhere between the opening and closing
Alternately, the viewer can be allowed to choose the number of results per page to display.
By default, the Google Mini will filter very similar results. This happens when a series of web pages are very alike in content. On the final page of results, the viewer will see a notation that the similar results have been omitted, and be given an option to repeat the search without the omitted results.
This behavior can be turned off however. Should it be important to display all results
regardless of similarity, the
The Google Mini indexes all visible text content and meta tags in a web page. The
default behavior when determining the results listing is to match a visitors search
terms to visible content only. To have the Google Mini include meta tag information
when determining the results listing, the
Webmaster's of web sites which use a CMS (Content Management System) such as Drupal or
WordPress may need to check the default
Search Result Headers and Footers
The search result pages returned from the Google Mini will use your web sites headers and footers, if they are available. This will give the search result pages the same or similar appearance as the rest of the web site.
The header and footer used are located in your web sites
For additional information regarding custom headers and footers, or how to create them, refer to the section on Custom Headers & Footers.
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