Google Search Widget Blogger Not Working
Sorry that I didn't respond sooner. Here's how: Go to Template Designer, Advanced, and Add CSS. So I'm not sure what the new fix is for Blogger. Seriously whatever. http://pfntech.com/google-search/google-search-bar-not-working-blogger.html
There is something about this story which makes me feel good inside, and you can't quite put your finger on the source. Then it just went down :( as though it was tampered with. Of course in my imported blog most of the posts were like this. Really drew me in and was unsettling for a while.
Pages Home Contact Saturday, October 1, 2011 21 How to add Custom Google Search to your Blogspot blog When I moved my MS-potilas blog from Wordpress.com to Blogger, the first problems by Diane Carlisle Yes, I did say I was participating in the A-Z Challenge (and I am), but did you really think I could come up with a shor... If not go to your layout page and remove the current gadget. Reply Lars Lassen says February 8, 2015 at 5:27 pm Thanks for the help. :o) Very usefuld.
The Google style search headers, which were either not returning any results or bringing up irrelevant posts, is gone. Blogger is working on the problem. Select and copy the following code and be ready to paste it into your new gadget (in case Blogger inserts extra coding, the code in the picture below is all that http://www.allaboutinterest.com/2014/01/search-this-blog-is-not-working-on-blogger.html Is there a way around this?ReplyDeletedangerousAugust 4, 2013 at 9:24 PM :http://cashtorefer.net/Default.aspx?Refer=995146ReplyDeleteminna soAugust 15, 2013 at 5:57 PMhello, how do you change the font and the height of the box?
The organic search bar widget always gave the wrong results every time I tried searching with it. There you have it, 6 stylish choices that will let you take advantage from all the great benefits of using a search box, while still helping you make your blog stand Currently Reading... Fancy Mormonism-Unveiled provides a discussion of Latter-day Saint (Mormon) doctrines, practices, and current events from the pro-LDS point of view.
Eileen M. see it here I'm sure they are working to find a universal fix so that all of the Blogger templates will be satisfied. Step 2. Now, I see it and the resuults are really nice with little piictures, too!Ciao,L April 24, 2012 at 3:31 PM Laura @ hip pressure cooking said... [reply] @Laura @ Hip Pressure
If you try to search "site:learning-gracie.blogspot.com" from google.com, there are no results. http://pfntech.com/google-search/google-search-enter-key-not-working.html Powered by Blogger. But anyways, I type in a key word from one of my posts title, and yes it will bring up the post i want, but there will be irrelevant posts under It just may not work, or return none to too little results.The white background could be resolved by changing CSE styles in http://www.google.com/cse/manage/all.
It worked perfectly on my blog! Its showing blue color when I click to write.ReplyDeleteRepliesElizabeth SpencerJuly 8, 2014 at 5:06 PMAdd some style to the search function. I'm so excited to introduce a new member of my family today. weblink Add words to the search box.
Do you know of anyway to get blogger to recognize the author of the post in the search?ReplyDeleteRepliesElizabeth SpencerJuly 8, 2014 at 4:41 PMI am not sure on how to do Click Create a Custom Search Engine (CSE) 2. Sorry that I haven't figured anything out.
I have a question: How do you make the KEYWORD in the search box disappear when someone click in the box?
October 6, 2011 at 7:40 PM Tony Bayfield said... [reply] Thanks for your reply. Powered by Blogger. How Not to Get Eaten by a Shark I've been hearing lots about sharks this past couple of weeks, from videos on Facebook to news stories, even major headlines across the to have less results.So CSE is quite customizable, but needs some effort to "fine tune" it.
Add gadget to sidebar. Go to your CSE's control panel, and choose "Look and feel". Try changing the input size to like 10 and keep increasing it until it the widest it will be before it knocks the button to the other line. check over here Now go to your blog's design, Page elements.
Log into your Blogger account and navigate to your layout. Glad I found your blog!ReplyDeleteLindsay RoseMarch 27, 2013 at 6:21 PMI love this! What You Never Got For Christmas Must Not Kill Dog! share on facebookpin on pinterestshare on twitter Labels: blog design, blogger design, tutorial, web design 111 comments: Greg DallasDecember 14, 2012 at 4:44 AMThank you! :)ReplyDeleteRepliesElizabeth SpencerDecember 14, 2012 at 4:19
I'll look into controlling search procedures as you suggest - thanks. I would just blame google for the extra results ;)You are right, not many users use the search, either they are regular followers or come already from (google) search to the With the code you provide, the entire post is shown, so the person searching might have to go back several pages to find what they want. You may wondering why happened this issue?
When you make the size box 13 it increases the form to 121px - since that is too large for the designated area it pushes the search button to the next Thanks for providing the code for this. Searching through Blogger forums I noticed that navbar search problems have been around since 2009 and search gadget has stopped working in February 2011. Your site's search bar should be easy to find and readily available whenever someone needs it, but other than that the look of the design is up to you.
The test keyword I used, Khlebnikov, appears only once on one page of the blog, yet CSE returns 39 results and I can't figure out how it's making the associations! Reply All About Interest says January 6, 2014 at 11:57 pm Yep, it's affecting a lot of people. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King Rivet Your Readers with Deep Point of View by Jill Elizabeth Nelson The Man in My Basement by Walter Mosley The Future Book Promotions on my Blog Beginning this month, book promotions will make up a small portion of my content, but I will only be promoting one book per month.
You can try searching for "smilies", for example, using those gadgets. October 5, 2011 at 9:04 PM MS-potilas said... [reply] You might also be interested in my hack for navbar search.If navbar is not used in your blog, you might want to They don't care. Is there any way to minimize the results to a smaller list?
I thought I'd just mention it here in case you were trying to use it.