Search: How to find the content you want
We provide a search box on every page of the website in order to give you access to the search function whenever you need it. Searching for content is as simple as typing in what you are looking for and clicking the Search button.
This search will display everything within this portal that meets your search criteria. It will return links, documents, photos, etc.
Sometimes, you want to refine your search. This is when the Advanced Search option becomes key. The Advanced Search form link is found below the General Search box. By clicking this link, you are taken to our Advanced Search form where you can enter specific criteria for your search query.
Search Advanced Aquarist Using Our Google Toolbar Button
This Google Toolbar button will allow you to search our site from the Google Toolbar in IE.
In order to make searching our site even more accessible, we have written a search engine button that can be used with the Internet Explorer browser and the latest Google Toolbar to search our site from within the Google Toolbar.
When installed this button will allow you to:
Click this link and a popup window will ask you if you are sure you want to install this button to your Google Toolbar. Select 'Add' and the button will be installed.
Search plugin for Mozilla Firefox for searching AdvancedAquarist.com
This howto explains how to download and install the Advanced Aquarist Search Plugin for searching our site using Firefox's browser search box located at the top-right of your browser.
In order to make searching our site even more accessible, we have written a search engine plugin that can be used with the Mozilla Firefox browser. What this search plugin allows you to do is to install it in your Mozilla Firefox browser and then perform searches on our website using Firefox's provided search engine box at the top-right of your web browser window.
Searching Advanced Aquarist from Off-Site using Firefox's DictionarySearch Extension
This howto explains how to setup the Mozilla/Firefox browser so that you can search Advanced Aquarist from a simple click of the button when you're on a different website. This howto requires that you use either the Mozilla or Firefox web browser and install the DictionarySearch extension.
This howto will enable our members to be able to highlight a word on a webpage, right click on it, and select "Reefs.org search for 'word'" (or "Advanced Aquarist search for 'word') from the resulting popup box and then be presented with a search summary that keyword. This is very handy when you are surfing the web and see information you'd like to search our sites for and to be able to do it at the click of a button.
First off, you will will need to have the latest version of Firefox installed on their system. Firefox can be downloaded from Mozilla's website
After installation, install the DictionarySearch extension for Firefox. It can be downloaded from here
Now with your Firefox browser open, select TOOLS -> EXTENSIONS from your browser menu bar. A dialog window will open up. Scroll down until you find "DictionarySearch". Click on it and then click on the "Options" button.
Another dialog box will open. This dialog box is where you will enter your Plone site search information. Find a blank Dictionary area (for this example we'll use Dictionary 1).
Click the OK button and then close the Extensions box.
Now any time you're surfing and you want to search either of our sites for a specific word, highlight the word with your mouse, right click on it, and then select "AdvancedAquarist.com Search for 'word'" and the search will be instantly performed.