Create a searchbox for Webvoyage 7.0 on your library homepage

Every library website should include a quick OPAC search box.  They’re easy to create and easy to use for your patrons.  Now, with a little help from my brother, I created a quick searchbox for webvoyage 7.0.  I’m going to shamelessly plug his company that helped me – http://www.digistack.com.
To see or try out this searchbox in action check out our library’s website at http://www.libraryatlincoln.org.
Here is the code for the search box
http://www.coastaleducationproject.org/Site/Staff_2_files/voyager%207.0%20quick%20search%20code.rtf
Here is the top ten or so webvoage hacks http://igelu.org/files/webfm/public/documents/conference2007/13d_corrado.pdf
And of course, if you would like to contribute to help education and literacy in coastal communities, feel free to donate to my California non-profit at http://www.coastaleducationproject.org

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