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#1

[google]cdfreaks[/google]

Just added this option: use [ google ] word to search for [ / google ] to make an automatic link to Google searches...

I think Mr Belvedere likes this :wink:


#2

Nice :bigsmile:


#3

So whatever I type between the [google ] tags will be used as a search string for google and when you click the link, it will sow the google search results?

Is this the whole idea?


#4

Uhm yes, I thought it might be handy sometimes, can do this also for our search function…


#5

Is sounds very convenient yes, was just checking if I understood what it was for…am not that smart you know :stuck_out_tongue:


#6

Seems that doesn’t work :frowning:


#7

[Google]Mr. Belvedere[/Google]

[Google]DoMiN8ToR[/Google]

[Google]Da_Taxman[/Google]

kewl !!

can i make a suggestion ? instead of

Search google for [search item] make it

Google results for : [search item] so that the [searched item] is more clearly. However i hope it will not redirect all of our forum members to google.com :slight_smile:

Would also be nice if such a thing could be done with the forum’s own search button , something like in
this post.


#8

Originally posted by Mr. Belvedere
Would also be nice if such a thing could be done with the forum’s own search button , something like in
this post.

Trouble is that vbulletin uses a Search ID in its link, rather than the search strings.