ok, so, the new MT does come with search capabilities, but, i have two whole different copies of MT, that could not be searched at once (by MT, that is). i could have gone with atomz.com, but the free version only goes to 500 pages — i’m way, way over that. what to do? site search is very handy for when you are thinking, ok, i remember this post about … but where was it?
did you know you can put a google search box in your site? people can search either just your site, or the whole web — and it’s free, and it’s really easy to install. and it’s right here.
you can see it in action in my sidebar, scroll down.
in other geeky news, last night before i added blogrolling to the sidebar of kurtwood.com, i actually had every bit of that code on every page validating as XHTML. i was so excited i nearly had an accident. um. pretend i didn’t say that, k?
and i’ve added a sidebar linky thingy that makes a link to kurtwood’s latest post, out of whatever i put in the excerpt field (picture, bit of news, whatever i want). *sigh* i also made great progress on this cool PHP/MySQL dealie i’m working on for work.
somebody stop me before i geek again. or, well, no. i like this.