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    Junior Member jMousseau72's Avatar
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    Hi everyone, the title says it all. I'm a newbie (sort of) and I'm putting together my own start page and just want to have a google search thrown in there. Can anyone instruct me on the easiest way to do this? Some code or example pages? I'm not looking for anything fancy just to have it there.

    Thanks for any help, hope I'm not coming across too helpless here,

    Jason :knockedout:

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    Junior Member jMousseau72's Avatar
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    Thanks I'lll check it out but just curious, isn't there just a line of markup that will put the google field on my page??

    -J

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    Yeah, and they give it to you :-)

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    I see now. Tanks everygun! :knockedout:


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