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Find In Page Script
« on: November 04, 2007, 09:17:01 AM »
Hey Guys I Found FIND IN PAGE SCRIPT

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<script>
<!-- Hide from old browsers

/******************************************
* Find In Page Script -- Submitted/revised by Alan Koontz (alankoontz@REMOVETHISyahoo.com)
* Visit Dynamic Drive (http://www.dynamicdrive.com/) for full source code
* This notice must stay intact for use
******************************************/

//  revised by Alan Koontz -- May 2003

var TRange = null;
var dupeRange = null;
var TestRange = null;
var win = null;


//  SELECTED BROWSER SNIFFER COMPONENTS DOCUMENTED AT
//  http://www.mozilla.org/docs/web-developer/sniffer/browser_type.html

var nom = navigator.appName.toLowerCase();
var agt = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase();
var is_major   = parseInt(navigator.appVersion);
var is_minor   = parseFloat(navigator.appVersion);
var is_ie      = (agt.indexOf("msie") != -1);
var is_ie4up   = (is_ie && (is_major >= 4));
var is_not_moz = (agt.indexOf('netscape')!=-1)
var is_nav     = (nom.indexOf('netscape')!=-1);
var is_nav4    = (is_nav && (is_major == 4));
var is_mac     = (agt.indexOf("mac")!=-1);
var is_gecko   = (agt.indexOf('gecko') != -1);
var is_opera   = (agt.indexOf("opera") != -1);


//  GECKO REVISION

var is_rev=0
if (is_gecko) {
temp = agt.split("rv:")
is_rev = parseFloat(temp[1])
}


//  USE THE FOLLOWING VARIABLE TO CONFIGURE FRAMES TO SEARCH
//  (SELF OR CHILD FRAME)

//  If you want to search another frame, change from "self" to
//  the name of the target frame:
//  e.g., var frametosearch = 'main'

//var frametosearch = 'main';
var frametosearch = self;


function search(whichform, whichframe) {

//  TEST FOR IE5 FOR MAC (NO DOCUMENTATION)

if (is_ie4up && is_mac) return;

//  TEST FOR NAV 6 (NO DOCUMENTATION)

if (is_gecko && (is_rev <1)) return;

//  TEST FOR Opera (NO DOCUMENTATION)

if (is_opera) return;

//  INITIALIZATIONS FOR FIND-IN-PAGE SEARCHES

if(whichform.findthis.value!=null && whichform.findthis.value!='') {

       str = whichform.findthis.value;
       win = whichframe;
       var frameval=false;
       if(win!=self)
{

       frameval=true;  // this will enable Nav7 to search child frame
       win = parent.frames[whichframe];

}

   
}

else return;  //  i.e., no search string was entered

var strFound;

//  NAVIGATOR 4 SPECIFIC CODE

if(is_nav4 && (is_minor < 5)) {
   
  strFound=win.find(str); // case insensitive, forward search by default

//  There are 3 arguments available:
//  searchString: type string and it's the item to be searched
//  caseSensitive: boolean -- is search case sensitive?
//  backwards: boolean --should we also search backwards?
//  strFound=win.find(str, false, false) is the explicit
//  version of the above
//  The Mac version of Nav4 has wrapAround, but
//  cannot be specified in JS

 
        }

//  NAVIGATOR 7 and Mozilla rev 1+ SPECIFIC CODE (WILL NOT WORK WITH NAVIGATOR 6)

if (is_gecko && (is_rev >= 1)) {
   
    if(frameval!=false) win.focus(); // force search in specified child frame
    strFound=win.find(str, false, false, true, false, frameval, false);

//  The following statement enables reversion of focus
//  back to the search box after each search event
//  allowing the user to press the ENTER key instead
//  of clicking the search button to continue search.
//  Note: tends to be buggy in Mozilla as of 1.3.1
//  (see www.mozilla.org) so is excluded from users
//  of that browser.

    if (is_not_moz)  whichform.findthis.focus();

//  There are 7 arguments available:
//  searchString: type string and it's the item to be searched
//  caseSensitive: boolean -- is search case sensitive?
//  backwards: boolean --should we also search backwards?
//  wrapAround: boolean -- should we wrap the search?
//  wholeWord: boolean: should we search only for whole words
//  searchInFrames: boolean -- should we search in frames?
//  showDialog: boolean -- should we show the Find Dialog?


}

 if (is_ie4up) {

  // EXPLORER-SPECIFIC CODE revised 5/21/03

  if (TRange!=null) {
 
   TestRange=win.document.body.createTextRange();
 
 

   if (dupeRange.inRange(TestRange)) {

   TRange.collapse(false);
   strFound=TRange.findText(str);
    if (strFound) {
        //the following line added by Mike and Susan Keenan, 7 June 2003
        win.document.body.scrollTop = win.document.body.scrollTop + TRange.offsetTop;
        TRange.select();
        }


   }
   
   else {

     TRange=win.document.body.createTextRange();
     TRange.collapse(false);
     strFound=TRange.findText(str);
     if (strFound) {
        //the following line added by Mike and Susan Keenan, 7 June 2003
        win.document.body.scrollTop = TRange.offsetTop;
        TRange.select();
        }



   }
  }
 
   if (TRange==null || strFound==0) {
   TRange=win.document.body.createTextRange();
   dupeRange = TRange.duplicate();
   strFound=TRange.findText(str);
    if (strFound) {
        //the following line added by Mike and Susan Keenan, 7 June 2003
        win.document.body.scrollTop = TRange.offsetTop;
        TRange.select();
        }

   
   }

 }

  if (!strFound) alert ("String '"+str+"' not found!") // string not found

       
}
// -->
</script>

<!--  EXAMPLE FORM OF FIND-IN-PAGE SEARCH USING SUBMIT (ALLOWING 'ENTER/RETURN' KEY PRESS EVENT) -->
<form name="form1" onSubmit="search(document.form1, frametosearch); return false"><input type="text" name="findthis" size="15" title="Press 'ALT s' after clicking submit to repeatedly search page"> <input type="submit" value="Find in Page" ACCESSKEY="s"></form>

Simply add the following code to your web page...

1.Works in IE4+, NS4, Mozilla/NS7+ (not NS6), and degrades well with the rest.
2.Easily configurable to search either current page or a particular frame.
3.In IE4+, page automatically scrolls down or up if needed to where the located text is.
4.Easy repetitive search of page, by allowing a user-designated hot key to activate submit button (via ACCESSKEY attribute of HTML 4).

Its Very Easy Way To Find Any Option In Page..... THANKS
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Re: Find In Page Script
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2007, 09:36:01 AM »
PROTIP -

CTRL+F
« Last Edit: November 04, 2007, 10:04:56 AM by That_Stevens_Guy »

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Re: Find In Page Script
« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2007, 10:03:25 PM »
I'm just going to wait for Rejetto.. none of these searches give the desired outcome, and this one is almost the same as Control F as tsg said :\ ... Ultimate goal being to run a search from the root and be able to find specific files through the search, and pull up the results directly from the search instead of having it redirect me to the page where a file is located.

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This is going to take a long time
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