Search Your Site: Free Site Search Engines ( Sticky Tools - Onsite Search Engines )  

  Search Your Website With Google

Copy the code below and replace "" with your domain name:

<form action= method=get>
find: <input maxLength=255 class=news size=37 name=q>
<input style="width: 160px;" type=submit value="Search This Site">
<input type=hidden name=sitesearch>
The resulting form is shown below (with a little formatting added):

Search this website with Google:


  Search Your Website With Yandex

Russia-based search engine Yandex offers free, customizable site search.

  3rd Party Site Search Engines

The free site search engine will index up to 500 pages of your website, and also will generate a site map. The index can be automatically updated monthly. Currently, 2 banner ads appear on the results pages, one above and one below the results. Additional features are available in a paid version, without the ads. The provided code is short, and generates a very compact form, which could easily fit within a navigation frame:

Search our Site: sitemap

The FreeFind free site search engine provides a site map, with 3 optional ways to view the map. Unfortunately, however viewed, the site map for does not seem to reflect the structure of the site. Pages in subdomains were listed twice (e.g. "" and ""). The site map makes much more sense. There is no fixed page limit to your index with FreeFind, rather the limit is based on the amount of memory your index uses, with an initial limit of 32MB. They state that this can handle as many as 3000 pages, and say they provide "liberal, free increases" by request. You can declare multiple start pages for FreeFind to index from, a useful feature (also offered by SiteLevel) which helps assure complete indexing. FreeFind provides unlimited on demand re-indexing and automatic re-indexing as often as daily. Currently, a single 468x60 banner ad appears on your results pages; you can pay to have it removed. There is a web search option built-in (you can exclude it if you want to), but not as good as the one from SiteLevel. The standard form code requires slightly more load time than FusionBot or atomz basic, but less than SiteLevel:

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