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Google With Your Stylesheet

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Google With Your Stylesheet
<http://blog.outer-court.com/archive/...#1072120815601
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Search.CSS is a search engine which grabs Google results and displays
them using different stylesheets possibly yours, if you take some
minutes to create one and upload it to a server.

Hoping for feedback and stylesheets!
Jul 20 '05 #1
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On 2 Jan 2004 14:38:10 GMT, in comp.infosystems.www.authoring.stylesheets,
Philipp Lenssen wrote:
Google With Your Stylesheet
Search.CSS is a search engine which grabs Google results and displays
them using different stylesheets possibly yours, if you take some
minutes to create one and upload it to a server.
Very nice !
Hoping for feedback and stylesheets!


Well I've made a stylesheet for test but it's on my website colors and
not really original...

Feedback, I can do that.

When we're looking for something that got 0 Results, there is no
message, like "No answers- did you meant...?"
That's sad, people would think it crashed..

The page also only display the 10 first pages, and the only way to
navigate to the 11th and more pages is use "next" again and again. Well,
the case you'd want to go directly to the 54th page may be rare...

The answers are a little different from google.com.
Where do your script actually search?

That's all for now, and, great page!

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Jul 20 '05 #2

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Salagir wrote:

Regarding
<http://blog.outer-court.com/search-css/>

Well I've made a stylesheet for test but it's on my website colors and
not really original...
Still I would appreciate you send the link to me... e.g. by posting
here or bl**@outer-court.com (please include "Google" in the subject).

When we're looking for something that got 0 Results, there is no
message, like "No answers- did you meant...?"
That's sad, people would think it crashed..

Thanks. Will check that.
The page also only display the 10 first pages, and the only way to
navigate to the 11th and more pages is use "next" again and again.
Well, the case you'd want to go directly to the 54th page may be
rare...

You're right, though it's a little unlikely there's anything much
worthwhile after result 100... or that people go look that far...
The answers are a little different from google.com.
Where do your script actually search?

I use the Google Web API. So it's the official and legal way to query
for Google results. However, somehow the results are never quite the
same. I suppose the database is slightly outdated, or using small
algorithm differences.
That's all for now, and, great page!


Thanks!
Jul 20 '05 #3

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