When catching up on a few posts at a friend's blog yesterday, I came across a post dealing with just that subject. Donna over at Creative Smiles wrote a short article discussing how you can add your own search by using HTML code. She gives a clear and concise tutorial on how to fix it. She herself found the information at another blog and wanted to share it with her readers.
Well, you know me, when something goes wonky and there is a way to fix it, I feel it is important to share that information with all of you too; so, that is what I am doing today. However, since both a concise and a more explicative tutorial has been created, and more importantly, ones that are easy to follow, there is no reason for me to reinvent the wheel. I merely need to send you spinning in the right direction.
For a concise breakdown and resolution please check out Donna's post by going HERE.
If you would like to see the original one that is a bit more explicative and also has the coding in a form where you can just copy and paste it, head to Diane Carlisle's post HERE.
I am sure that Google will get their search function fixed eventually but it is nice to know that there is a remedy in the interim. Please spread the word yourself to your own readers if you can, since the more people who get it fixed, the less frustrated their own readers will be, searching for specific items.
Well, that is it for now. I'm off to tackle the elusive 'to do' list.
Until next time,
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