I search Google from Flash. Already do this, so no problem here. However, I want to highlight in some way the first of the results that contains a text string.
Specifics (and I do NOT need a general case, I only need the strings shown)
1. I already search Google for "homes for sale orange county ca"
2. I have the enviable good fortune (or something else )that my site comes up in the top 10 of 2 million + hits!. Right now, I use the page that does the search to tell the user to look for the 2 strings "HUGE Seller Discounts" and "Buyer Cash-Backs" to verify that my site does indeed end up on page 1.
3. What I WANT to do is to somehow highlight at least the FIRST website entry that matches the strings "HUGE Seller Discounts and "Buyer Cash-Backs" in the Google results. (Optimal would be to highlight all ocurrences on the page, but one is better than what I have now.) I want to highlight it in place for context.
Can this be done?
Addition to bid:
Another (less desirable, but better than now) idea is to show the found string in another popup window. The strings I seek are always in the first line of the reference that Google returns, so just pointing to or highlighting this line is sufficient.
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