You may have figured out my now that I'm a Firefoxaholic. I love the browser… it's lightweight and very simple to use. One of the other features I like is the search list up in the top right. I can have all my favorite search engines in there and flip back and forth.
No ka hoʻohui ʻana i kahi ʻenekia huli no Firefox, pono ʻoe e hele i ka Pākuʻi ʻenekini Hoʻohui ʻaoʻao a kaomi i nā mea āu e makemake ai e hoʻouka iā lākou.
But did you know that you could build one for your own site? It's actually quite simple. The format for Search Engine plugins is a combination of an XML file (.src) and an image to display. Tonight, I got an idea… how could I add koʻu pūnaewele i kēlā papa inoa o nā ʻenekia Huli?
It's actually quite easy. My search address for my site (you can test this with my search box) is http://martech.zone's=something kahi o "s" ka loli a ʻo kekahi mea ka huaʻōlelo e ʻimi ʻia.
Ke noi nei i kēia i kahi ʻano maʻalahi, ua kākau wau i kahi pāʻālua e hoʻouluulu i ka faila src e hoʻohana ʻia e hoʻohui i kahi ʻenekini huli i kāu polokalamu kele pūnaewele. Kaomi ma aneʻi e hele i ka palapala a hoʻohui i kāu blog a i ʻole pūnaewele (inā loaʻa iā ia nā māka ʻimi), i kāu blog ponoʻī.
If you love someone else's blog, like ʻO John Chow… Hiki iā ʻoe ke hoʻohui i kāu ʻenekini ʻo John Chow Search me s e like me ka loli! URL: http://www.johnchow.com/'s=something. Like ʻO Problogger? Hiki iā ʻoe ke hoʻohui i kēlā i ke ala like!
Matt Cutts? URL: http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/ a s no ka nui.
Inā ʻaʻole i hoʻopilikino ʻia, s ʻo ka loli mau no nā blog WordPress i hiki i kēia ke kōkua maoli. Lana ka manaʻo makemake ʻoe!