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    Okay, so maybe the question isn't as popular as I thought it was. Here's my situation:

    I've got a site that uses frames to generate a consistent look and feel for my site. I've got a search page that is for the internal workings of my site. I need to add a search form that hits a major engine, but instead of taking the visitor out of my site (ala target="_top").

    I want to see if there is an engine available out there that will let me format the results page to blend in with my site's color scheme and layout, then if a visitor click on a link, the target="_top" kicks in.

    Any suggestions?
    Hatton Humphrey

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    Your Lord and Master, Foamy gold trophy Hierophant's Avatar
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    There are several scripts that use the Open Directory to blend the search results into your site. You can find them at http://cgi.resourceindex.com/. Some of them even blend Amazon book picks into the search listing to help drive a little affiliate program action to your site.

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    Hatton,

    You might take a look at http://www.everyone.net

    It allows you to have a search feature that can be customized to look **somewhat** like your site and it also has a link back once it opens.

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    GJC Design - Internet Marketing and Web Design

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    You can try one of the search scripts at http://www.plebius.org/cgi-bin/article.pl?sid=s0020


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