Through suggestions of people here is the code I produced for a bookmark:

javascript:void(srch=prompt('Function Name?',''));if(srch) 
{self.location.href='' +srch+ 

Of course that should all go on one line. That is a good hack for now, 
but I still think it would be great to have the PHP site's search bar 
kind of in my browser, and it would launch a new window or whatever 
(with the drop-down to select function ref/online manual/etc)


Jason Murray wrote:

>>Like google has it's toolbar, why not have a PHP Manual toolbar? That 
>>would be *great*. Just type in the function name and hit "go" and the 
>>manual comes up.
> You could probably work a bit of javascript magic in a bookmark to
> do the same thing.
> I've seen bookmarks that pop up a javascript input window and then
> use the input in the resulting URL. So, take the manual query via
> javascript input and then append it to the url.
> At least, I *think* I have :)
> J

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