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- Brian Robertson
January 17, 2010, 10:02 pm
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consists of tables. An example is:
Now then, the faults with this web site are many. It is badly designed, it
is designed with FrontPage and...... I could go on and on, and doubt you
people could go on and on and on and on.
In its favour, once you have found the table that you are looking for, the
information is (I think) clear. That's all that I am looking to provide. I
simply do not have the time to master too many web design skills. I know
enough that I can get 'beneath the bonnet' of html a little bit when I need
to and I am aware of how much more CSS could improve things, but I don't
need people telling me that I shouldn't be using FrontPage. I know!
What I would like to know is how I provide a search facility on the site.
Basically it is a list of railway stations in the UK. How can I increase the
functionality of the site by allowing people to enter a station name on the
front page and go to the table the covers it?
Any advice much appreciated.
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