results per page (optional): Number of results to be displayed per page. If the field is empty, all results will be displayed on one page.
Use as transmission method method="post".
Put the value="" in the search input field, if you
would like for the search word/s to appear on the result page with the query appearing
again in the search input field.
For example, a template could look like this:
<form action="index.php?aid=7" method="post">
<input type="text" name="search_input_field" size="10"
maxlength="250" value="" style="font:
normal 11px/11px sans-serif; border: solid 1px #94A4BF;
background: #727A89; padding: 2px; color: #FFCC00;">
<input type="submit" value="Go" style="font-size:10px;">
input (optional): Here you can determine what descriptive words appear before the
search input field. If you leave this field empty, nothing appears before the search input field.
button text (optional): Here you can determine what word/s appear on the button to
initiate the search. If this field empty, "search" will be used by default.
result (optional): Here you can determine what is to be displayed as the heading for
the search results. If you leave this field empty, only the number of displayed hits will
be shown as the heading, for example 1-10
style (optional): Here you can designate your own style template for the organization of the search input field, the search button and/or the result heading. Style templates
can only be changed by the administrator. They are discussed in more detail further
next/previous (optional): Here you can determine what is to be displayed as text for the pre and/or next links for navigating multiple search result pages.
align: Here you can select how the search form is to be aligned on the article page.
intro (optional): Here you can enter the text which will to be displayed on the search
page before the search form.
result (optional): Here you can enter the text which will be displayed on the result page before the search input field.
no result (optional): Here you can enter the text which will be displayed before the
search input field if a search returns no results.