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Sadly I find that once I put it online “I can’t do a search”.
I am assuming that something is missing such as some code to connect it to my website address.
Previously I used Google coding which was ;
<script async src=["https://cse.google.com/cse.js?cx=001916337835128462451:oov8x6vp58m"](https://cse.google.com/cse.js?cx=001916337835128462451:oov8x6vp58m)></script> <div class="gcse-search"></div>
I have tried numerous ways to apply this and basically they all failed to give me what I want!
So I am hoping you will show me how!
This is a link to a page on my website:
This will hopefully allow you to try out the search box situation for yourself.
I look forward to your reply
Thanks in advance…Alex