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wallets, 66 weather operator, 63–64 Web pages adding Google search services to, 245–252 designing for Google AdSense, ... Froogle home page, 67 Froogle support and complaints, 66 GAPS (Google API Proximity Search) search engine, ...
So if you like to use My Yahoo! as your home page, but prefer Google for searching, you never have to leave the My Yahoo! site; when ... (No telling which search engine Yahoo! will use when the Google contract runs out—especially since Yahoo! now owns AltaVista, AllTheWeb, and Inktomi!) ... That's why Google makes it easy to add Google search to your own personal Web pages, at no charge to you.
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Shows Internet users how to get the most out of Internet searches, portals, and commerce sites Covers using Google to solve mathematical equations, making search engines safe for kids, harnessing the full power of Yahoo!, and getting the best bargains on shopping sites Explains how to search for street addresses and phone numbers, stock quotes and other financial information, MP3s and other digital music, computer programs and utilities, medical information, legal information, genealogical information, job listings, and more Reveals the secrets behind directory sites, indexing, and search result rankings
Creating your own search on a site would require building a database-driven Web application. Instead, you can use Google's Search API to enable this functionality. By copying some code provided by Google, you can add a Google Search box to any page on your site and give your users ... A blog-restricted search only searches entries on your blog, and a custom search engine enables you to specify ...
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If you’ve ever been curious about any of the multitude of internet acronyms, the web technologies they represent, and how they can benefit you, this book is a great place to start. This book covers all the necessary topics to get up and running with HTML, XHTML, and CSS while offering readers a guide to modern, standards-based design. Key tasks covered in the book include setting up a Web page, reducing image resolution, creating radio buttons, adding a hit counter, adding an embedded sound, adding content from other sites such as integrating a blog and creating an RSS feed. Large topics are broken into smaller, more approachable sub-topics that are clearly explained on two pages eliminating the back and forth page flipping required in other references. Arranged so that skills build progressively throughout the book coupled with bold page headers it is simple to flip through and easily find any section or topic you are looking for. Understandable with straightforward terms that avoid intimidating and unexplained jargon, this is a book that will benefit complete novices and advanced users alike. While primarily focused on the technologies outlined in the title, this book goes on to provide tips on integrating with Google, Flickr, social bookmark sites and even creating and implementing RSS feeds. Rest assured, each of these technologies is explained with the benefits of each outlined. A serious resource that quickly and concisely gets to the point, this book helps you gain real skills that will have you online in short order. Best of all, you can be confident that you are doing so the right way. HTML, XHTML, and CSS: Your visual blueprint™ for designing effective Web pages offers visual learners a solid reference that employs straight forward examples to teach you to create and design Web pages with impact. "Apply It" and "Extra" sidebars highlight useful tips and high-resolution screen shots clearly illustrate each task while succinct explanations walk you through the examples. The associated website contains all the needed code to learn HTML.