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Tipue Search

Search engine jQuery plugin

Tipue Search is a site search engine jQuery plugin. It has various modes for loading content. The static mode uses a JavaScript object, the JSON mode uses JSON and the live mode grabs content from a list of pages dynamically. The static mode is the fastest. Tipue Search supports HTML 5 autocompletion.

It works with Chrome 32+, Microsoft Edge, IE10+, Firefox 43+, Safari 9.1+, Opera 35+, Android 4.0+, Safari iOS 7+ and almost any recent browser.


The original website (including its support section) has been sold and now the software is maintained by the community in independent, unofficial repositories. This FSD entry links to an up-to-date repository.

Security notice: please check the source code carefully before downloading a copy.

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VCS Repository Webviewhttps://github.com/michael-milette/Tipue-Search

Software prerequisites

Source requirementJavaScript
Required to usejQuery

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 24 July 2020.


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