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Aug 26, 2004


Oliver Thylmann

Hi Jeff,

your only option at this time is to use an external search, like Google.

You can add a new typelist, with the name "Site Search" for example, and put the code into the Notes. No link title or url. Then you must configure it to display the notes as text.

Here is the TypePad Resource for it:

If you have an AdSense account, you can also get AdSense enabled search which allows you to tailor the look of the resulting Google page a little bit. You can try it out on my blog at on the right side.

Greetings from Germany.

Jack Phelps

Alas that you did not have this a few days ago when I was searching for an ML article you posted in April...



yeah, no kidding. You can't imagine how many times I've said to myself "didn't I write something about such-and-such a while back" and then struggled to find it.

Oliver Thylmann

Glad I could help. :)

Simon Berry

I am trying to add a site-specific Google search to our blogs. I have followed the instructions given by others with no luck. The problem seems to be that Google doesn't know anything about my blog ie in Google 'rural' returns: "Your search - rural - did not match any documents." Help!


I followed the instructions in this help doc:

with success, sorry I can't help more.

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