I could be mistaken, but I've been using directories in my site: searches for a while. Is this really new, or am I imagining things?
it is also easy to just add the forumXX number to the search query keyword.
|it is also easy to just add the forumXX number to the search query keyword. |
Is there a handy list of these somewhere?
|Is there a handy list of these somewhere? |
Browser Side World
- HTML/Browsers - forum21
- CSS - forum83
- Flash/Shockwave - forum104
- XML Programming - forum26
- Graphics/Multimedia - forum36
- RSS Related - forum98
- Tracking/Logging - forum39
- Content/Copywriting - forum44
- Webmaster General - forum10
- Perl & CGI Scripting - forum13
- WYSIWYG/Editors - forum46
- PHP Scripting - forum88
- Ecommerce - forum22
- Apache Web Server - forum92
- New to Web - forum48
- Domain Names - forum25
- Professional Webmaster Business - forum31
- PDA/Mobile Devices - forum45
- Macintosh Webmaster - forum49
- Microsoft .Net/ASP - forum47
- Website Technology - forum23
- Forum Building - forum103
- Webmaster Hardware - forum105
- Linux/*nix OS - forum40
- Microsoft Windows OS - forum107
- Yahoo Search - forum35
- Yahoo Advertising Network - forum110
- Overture Pay Per Click - forum33
- Link Development - forum12
- Cloaking - forum24
- Keyword Discussion - forum8
- SEM Research Topics - forum34
- Search Engine Promotion - forum5
- Paid Inclusion Engines - forum1
- Advertising/Affiliate - forum20
- PPC Engines - forum85
- Google News - forum30
- Google News Archive - forum3
- Google Toolbar/Desktop Search/API - forum80
- Google Business - forum86
- Google Adwords - forum81
- Google Adsense - forum89
- Froogle - forum96
- Gmail/Advertising - forum100
- robots.txt - forum93
- AskJeeves - Teoma - forum2
- Alternative Engines - forum16
- Directories - forum17
- European SE's - forum18
- UK/Ireland SE's - forum7
- Asia/Pacific SE's - forum32
- MSN Search - forum97
- SE Spider Identification - forum11
- Local Search - forum108
- Latin/S. American SE's - forum111
- Community - forum19
- Foo - forum9
- Commercial Exchange - forum29
Your a gem!
And it's in a perfect form for copying and pasting into the search box I've coded into the top of my WebmasterWorld page.
Thank you, Bill. :)
Feel free to share your search-box code here Robert. I'm sure others would be interested in this option as well.
|Feel free to share your search-box code here Robert. I'm sure others would be interested in this option as well. |
bill - It turns out it's basically your search-box code from this thread...
Google search form on WW
Can't begin to tell you how many hours it's save me. Thank you for that one too.
I think my only addition was to add target="_blank" after the "...google.com/search" url so I can keep my place in WW while I'm searching.
I also put the code on my browser's local start page, but with the www radio input value checked rather than webmasterworld.com.
I'm thinking now about where to deploy your chart so it's handy when I need it. I'm guessing if I played around with it enough, the forum values probably could be incorporated into a pulldown... am not sure it would fit in the WW Control Panel's custom code insert, but it might work on my local start page.
Feel free to come up with something, though, before I get around to figuring it out. ;)
|am not sure it would fit in the WW Control Panel's custom code insert, but it might work on my local start page. |
I used an Iframe for this, would that work?
> it is also easy to just add the forumXX number to the search query keyword.
If we would have/use the current url var in the custom code field, we could make an option "search this forum" ...
To get the current directory/forum, although you'd obviously get strange results in you weren't in a forum directory ;)
The code above is pretty messy :P If I get a chance to write something better today I'll post it here.
Here's a slightly better version of the searchbox above (which allows searching of the current forum, if you're in one). Don't know if it's of use to anyone but anyhoo ;)