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How About Some Alternate Background Colors For Google’s SERPs?

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Are any of you tired of looking at the plain white background offered by Google’s and everyone else’s SERPs? Would you like some color variety in daily searches…?

How About Some Alternate Background Colors For Google's SERPs?

If so, then perhaps a poster at WebProWorld has something for you, or something you should see, anyway. Thanks to WPW poster icon kid, you know have the opportunity to see what different colored Google SERPs will look like, all with an alternately colored Google search box.

Because icon kid equated the search experience to staring at a huge while light bulb, he thought it would be prudent to develop his own Google SERPs, complete with the following background colors:

charcoal
navy
dark green
dark purple
chocolate
dark gray
tan
blue
gray

To see these pages, please visit icon kid’s page, which has a mock-up using each color scheme. The responses to icon kid’s work were quite positive, and one poster offered a great idea: developing a Firefox extension that does exactly what icon kid would like to see: provide different colors for his Google experience. So if any of you have the skills to develop Firefox extensions, this would be a good one to tackle.

Chris Richardson is a search engine writer and editor for WebProNews. Visit WebProNews for the latest search news.

How About Some Alternate Background Colors For Google’s SERPs?
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