TIP 243: Adding a Search Engine
Developer : Atomz
Source : http://www.atomz.com/golive/
Cost : Free for sites up to 500 pages
Atomz Express Search is an easy way to add search capabilities to your site. The service is free for sites up to 500 pages, but you should contact Atomz directly for pricing for larger site installations. With the Atomz extension for GoLive, you can quickly and easily insert the Atomz Search form into your Web pages. The extension supports multiple Atomz Search accounts and multiple Atomz customer logins so a Webmaster can easily manage multiple sites and accounts all from within GoLive. If you don't already have an Atomz account, sign up at www.atomz.com.
Once you've installed the extension, be sure to quit and restart GoLive. Then select Special > Insert Atomz Search to insert the search form into the current document. You can also drag and drop the Atomz Search object from the Atomz section of the Objects palette in the Layout Editor.
You'll be asked for your email address, password, and site name, and the extension instantly
Figure 243. If you can drag and drop, you can add a search engine with Atomz.
TIP 244: Automatically Converting
TIP 245: Developing Data-driven Sites with OmniPilot Lasso
Developer : OmniPilot Software, Inc.
Source : www.lassostudio.com
Cost : $199 US
Lasso Studio enables Web developers to build visually rich, powerful, data-driven Web applications using the familiar GoLive interface ( Figure 245 ). Solutions built using Lasso Studio can be deployed on any server running Lasso Professional 8 on any platform. Lasso Studio can connect to a variety of databases, including FileMaker Pro, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Frontbase, Sybase, Openbase, PostgreSQL, Oracle, and hundreds more.
Figure 245. Lass Studio adds dozens of new objects to the Objects palette, a Lasso Studio menu, and three new palettes in the Window menu.
Some of the features Lasso Studio adds to GoLive include the following: