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Find in page script

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A DHTML script that enables your visitors to easily search for text on the current page.
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This cross browser DHTML script simulates the Edit> Find In Page feature of the browser to allow your visitors to easily search for a particular text on your page. As in the "Find In Page" feature, it highlights the searched text if found, otherwise, prompts a "Not Found" message. Supports searching of both current page and a particular frame.

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Submitted on
17th January 2003
Last Updated
11th February 2009

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(40 ratings)
Average User Rating: 3.5/5
Only works in IE
Reviewed byAnonymousonThu, 8th November 2007
Rating 1 - Poor
This script only works in Internet Explorer, thus confusing those with Firefox or Safari. In Firefox it works if you enter a term and then hit the 'Enter' key, but it doesn't work if you click the 'Find in Page' button with the mouse. In Safari, you just get the error message regardless of the method used. I need a script that will work across IE, Firefox, and Safari browsers.
Not Firefox compatible
Reviewed byAnonymousonSun, 28th January 2007
Rating 3 - Average
Works with IE, but is not Firefox compatible.
Reviewed byAnonymousonThu, 21st August 2003
Rating 5 - Excellent
I use this script to search a family tree. It is exactly what I wanted. I am very satisfied and so are the people who visit my web site. Thanks.
Find in Page Script
Reviewed byAnonymousonWed, 14th May 2003
Rating 2 - Fair
Works great in IE 6 but can't get the Alt+s functionality to work in Netscape 7.
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