Sitemaps generally tend to be a boring collection of links - useful - but boring. When I was working on the Sitemap for OpenJS, I wanted to make it more user friendly. As a result, I created the sitemap filter function. This function takes a few keywords from the user and searches the DOM structure for link texts matching the search term(s). If the search term is not found in a link, that links will be hidden from view. The result is a very cool searching script.
The code is available in GPL. I have created the code as a Object Literal - so it should work with other scripts - unless you want to name a variable 'links_search'.
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