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The following are webmaster utilities to add content to your website. They are provided without warranty or guarantees to their availability. (NOTE: If you use these on your site and your site is in our index you qualify for 'affiliate status'. Please let us know!)

simple search box:
Add a search box to your website that links you to over 500+ of the best astronomy and space links. The following is an example:

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You can edit this box to match your own page with respect to colors, etc. The only requirements for display are that the link to astronomyLINKS remains intact (but you can add a "target=" to open up a new window) and the "form action=" link remains unchanged to ensure correct operation. You can get the raw HTML here:

or you can get a text file of the raw HTML by clicking here.


advanced search box:
You can also add a more robust searching utility that pulls from the same astronomyLINKS database of outstanding astronomy and space links as the simple search box does. Here's an example of what the default code would look like:

advanced search for links:
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and here's the raw HTML:

You can also get a text file with the HTML for the advanced search box by clicking here. Again, you can edit the color scheme to match your site, etc. but the link to astronomyLINKS must be intact and the "form action=" field must not be changed.


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