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Submitted by Jim K on Thu, 2008-12-25 10:00

To do a Google search of Cpnhelp.org use the following links. Just put your search term in and hit "return" on your keyboard (thanks to Norman for implementing the search boxes).    Cpnhelp site search for: Cpnhelp blog search for: Cpnhelp forum search for: Cpn Handbook search for: The handbook search won't find everything in the handbook since not all handbook items are coded as such... long story.

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Thanks Jim for this improvement.  I have not used it yet but I do believe that this may be an answer or close to it if it needs some refinement.  The foggled of the world may rejoice on this Yultide!  Thanks for the Holiday Season present to all.Hoping to hear a blog update on your situation sometime soon.  And thank you once again for being inspired to spearhead and maintain this massive accumulation of knowledge and discussion.    Louise

  • CAP(TiniOnly): 06/07-02/09 for CFS
  • MethylationProtocolSupplements: Started08/08
  • Intermtnt CAP: 02/09-02/10
  • Full MethylProtocol & LDN 02/09
  • Off CAP: 02/10, cont LDN & MethlyProtocol support

There are easier ways to implement this. (Well, not easier for the implementer, but just about as easy for him, and significantly easier to use.) Just use the following HTML code:

Cpnhelp site search for:

Cpnhelp blog search for:

Cpnhelp forum search for:

Cpn Handbook search for:

That's using their 'advanced search' interface, with a 'hidden' input box pointing at cpnhelp.org. Google also lets you define custom searches, which is yet another way to do it.

By the way, that Cpn Handbook search (either version) doesn't really work, since not all the Handbook pages are under the directory "cpnbook".

Thanks Norman. This is a nicer implementation! I'll move the code up to the original post so it's more easily available at the top of the page.