Using Google Custom Search Engine for Websites and Blogs

  Jul 15, 2008     4833 Views      Google , Web       Comments (0)   

Setting up the Google Custom Search Engine (GCSE) for our websites and blogs is extremely simple and straight forward. We can host the Google search results on our websites or blogs in two ways as:

1. IFrame - Need two pages one for Search another for Search Results.
2. Modal Overlay - Need only one page to present the result in modal Overlay.

My GCSE is included with 100+ ColdFusion sites which will fetch more results for the given search keyword.You can manage your GCSE sites in the control panel. Follow this detailed instruction on Implementing Google Custom Search Engine in your sites and blogs.

Google Custom Search Engine Links:
http://www.google.com/coop/cse/
http://googlecustomsearch.blogspot.com/

Charlie Arehart's - CFML-Specific Search Resources:
http://carehart.org/resourcelists/tools_to_consider/index.cfm#cfsearch

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