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I had noticed quite some time ago that the search boxes no longer showed, but never got around to finding out why...
This morning I decided to add the code again, but noticed that the option 'Custom code Insert' is no longer available in System Preferences. I assume it has been disabled (and not moved) and am curious as to why.
I've searched around for this but cannot find any discussions on it... maybe 'cause my search box is gone ;)... (just kidding I still know how to use the site:webmasterworld.com option in G)
[edited by: bill at 2:13 pm (utc) on Sep. 5, 2009]
now you can enter the following in your address bar to search for "foo" on webmasterworld:
I would welcome input from anyone with experience of creating these plugins who can improve the quality of my effort by making it work properly in IE - but then again, what self-respecting webmaster uses IE anyway? ;)
Want to say that I recall it was a woman who coded it up.?
encylo - That's exactly what she(?) had done; created a plugin to add to the search engine list. Have installed and look forward to using. Thanks.
Lost it in an update, and have never been able to find the source again. This should do very nicely. Much better than having to do the whole site: deal all the time. I delete most of the default selections that they put up in the search engine list. The choices of sites that one can add through 'Manage Search Engines' is almost endless - but ends without a WebmasterWorld option.
What would really be nice is a tool for anyone to create one for any site. Can the base code be that much different from one to another? I would think that selecting a few 'options' would allow a user to create one for any site.? Sort of a site search engine generator.