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Front Page "Search Form" how to limit Directories in the search.

Front Page "Search Form" how to limit Directories in the search.

Front Page "Search Form" how to limit Directories in the search.

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I have a web site that I am opening up this coming month. I wanted to put a search Form on it but when I do it goes in to my Server "Stats" folder and returns "key words" from that folder as well.  I would like to know how to stop this.
Thank you in advance to those that response.

RE: Front Page "Search Form" how to limit Directories in the search.

I don't use FP search but there is a good and simple script at http://209.204.223.106/web/scripts/search01/index.html that will let you configure what file extensions to search (.htm, .html .shtml, etc.) as well as what directories and subdirectories.

We use it on pages created in FP but we do not publish from FP. Scripts have to be uploaded in ascii and I think FP will publish them in binary. We FTP everything.

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