We need to pass a new parameter: swrnum to Google Search Appliance Engine. When we pass the new parameter the search is set to query again to the number of results found in our initial search. The new search term is passed in as as_q (as = advanced search).The original term, q, is passed in as a hidden field. The results will show both terms combined, plus the new results
Now my next question is how to capture the Search Engine result set because I do not want the user to redirect to GSA page, instead I want to control the final display through my code? What tool functions supports is?
Getting a bit more comfortable making quick YT videos in 4K, here is:
Search Engine Optimization | How To Fix Soft 404 Errors and A.I. Tales from Google Search Console
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Have just added (after missing for some time), the latest version of Google Site Search for our site in the Navbar Search Menu:
Cheers and Enjoy.
Here is the URL for that link in case you need it:
https://goo.gl/P8p82c (4 Replies)
We are going to move the Google Site Search that is located in the upper right hand corner of the site to the toolbar. Both are showing at the moment, and the plans is to create a UserCP option to "turn on" the Google Site Search where it is currently showing for users who prefer not to use the... (2 Replies)
One of my favorite mashups is the Google search mashup.
You can see it here at the top right hand corner of the site; where you enter a normal Google search work or phrase and Google serves the result, mashedup, back into your site.
The same is true on The CEP Blog, where there the same... (0 Replies)
This little doey allows you do fire up a google search right from your terminal.
#(save me into the path as "google")
for i in "$@";
do lynx http://www.google.com/search?q="$@";
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