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  1. First of all thanks to all of you for the kind words. This is the fuel that keeps me working on the site.

    Don't worry about listing this site in any code as, at the end of day, who knows!?

    Anyway on to the problem. As Jonathon said, yes you can.

    In the article in the function called "returnFalse". In here there is a line of code commented out that looks like thuis: [<br clear="all" /><code class="JavaScript">] //doSearch(s); [</code>] If you remove the "//" then this will mean the search is performed when the user hits enter....

    Jake -CodeStore

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