I have never tried anything like this, but it may be possible to achieve
this without a lot of programming. Zim offers export to
"ReStructuredText" format, which is supported by the Sphinx toolchain. <
http://sphinx-doc.org/ >

I'm pretty sure that Sphinx has built-in support to create HTML +
JavaScript output with an in-browser searching tool for your book,
included in the output package.

On Wed, May 21, 2014, at 22:19, WEHLER Andreas wrote:
> Hi.
> We consider to extend our usage of ZIM to build a ZIM based FAQ,
> which is distributed as html export (read only for readers).
> Some of the important requirements is a search function for html
> exported zim pages.
> Should this go into a bug (Wish List)? I didn't some equivalent bug
> until now.
> Thanks,
>     Andreas

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