gSearch Stack
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RapidWeaver stack; add Google site search to your page.   Commercial ($10.00)
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gSearch Stack adds a Google Site Search to any RapidWeaver Page and Theme. There is very little to configure and the stack works right out of the box. The results are automatically shown for the domain your RW site is published and is loaded via AJAX. This means: no page refresh.You can place the search field at different spots: above the main content, in the sidebar - or with very little effort - almost anywhere on the page.Try it out yourself: type in any search string in the search form at the top of this page.
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Downloads:307
Version Downloads:307
Type:Development : HTML
License:Commercial
Date:20 Jun 2012
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $10.00
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gSearch Stack adds a Google Site Search to any RapidWeaver Page and Theme. There is very little to configure and the stack works right out of the box. The results are automatically shown for the domain your RW site is published and is loaded via AJAX. This means: no page refresh.You can place the search field at different spots: above the main content, in the sidebar - or with very little effort - almost anywhere on the page.Try it out yourself: type in any search string in the search form at the top of this page.


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