Introducing GSearch

Search different areas of your website using Google custom search engine.
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Introducing GSearch

Post by Admin » June 18th, 2009, 5:56 pm

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Search different areas of your website using Google custom search engine.
Ideal search solution for big websites.
Supports fluid template width.
Search module can search all menu items content or only by specific menu item.
Search results look can be customized right in Joomla!.
License: GNU GPL, Version 2

The demo is right here: right here

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Re: Introducing GSearch

Post by marrett » June 28th, 2009, 5:40 am

Hi

I am keen to purchase a copy of the Google Search extension

I have the following questions :

1.Will Google CSE search only the menus we specify ? What about articles that are not accessed through menus ( eg using customized modules that which allow embedding of articles ) etc

2. Is there a CSS style sheet file r for this extension ?

Btw, if we use the Google CSE, are we required to have adsense adverts on our site ?

Thanks

John

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Re: Introducing GSearch

Post by Admin » July 1st, 2009, 2:17 am

1.Will Google CSE search only the menus we specify ? What about articles that are not accessed through menus ( eg using customized modules that which allow embedding of articles ) etc
It searchs either the menu item if selected, or all indexed pages from the site (if All is selected)
2. Is there a CSS style sheet file r for this extension ?
No, Google doesn't allow this, but it allow to customize colors and background.
Btw, if we use the Google CSE, are we required to have adsense adverts on our site ?
Free CSE version shows adverts, paid version - probably not.

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Re: Introducing GSearch

Post by Admin » February 14th, 2015, 6:21 am

There is 'All' search mode and all indexed URLs can be displayed.

Otherwise if you select i.e. 'News' menu item which has 'news' alias - all URLs started with '/news' will be searched.