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Google Custom Search Engine Gets A Redesign

Google has launched a new layout for Google CSE (Custom Search Engine), which displays results in an overlay, over top of any content on the page. The company says that developers will benefit from the changes because it only takes seconds to create, for one. “We simplified the creation interface to get you going faster,” Google’s Custom Search team said …

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Google Upgrades Custom Search Element

Google announced today that it has a new version of the Custom Search element, the HTML markup that lets you add rich search functionality to various pages of your site via Google Custom Search Engine. “The Custom Search element renders a search experience (search boxes and results pages) on your site’s pages,” explains Google software engineer Ying Huang. “By controlling …

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Google Custom Search Gets Better Sort And Filter Results

If you own a Web site, you might use Google’s Custom Search Engine to help visitors find stuff on your site. I’ve always found it to be pretty accurate, but Google is adding more improvements to custom search in the form of better sort and filter results. The Custom Search Engine now has support for UI-based results sorting. You can …

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