Some time back, I published an online magazine, WeaveZine. When I went back to the workforce I had to shut down the business. Because I love the content, however, I’ve kept the site alive.
To make hosting it relative inexpensive and hacker-proof, I converted the site from a Drupal CMS to a flat-HTML site. In the process I lost the ability to have Search on the site.
But there’s a way you can search the site using Google. If you go to google.com and type site:weavezine.com before your search terms, it’ll search just on the WeaveZine site. For example, try the following in Google: site:weavezine 8-shaft
It’ll return all the articles that mention 8-shaft weaving.
(And yes, looking at the results, I see that I need to go in and manually change the titles to the actual author’s names so it doesn’t look like I wrote everything. That was a side-effect of my conversion process way back when.)
Anyway, this Google trick works for any site. Try, for example: site:www.interweave.com 8-shaft