Posts Tagged by Google
|10 February 2010||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
Today, Google just launched Google Buzz, a social networking service that allows a user to share; for example links and status updates. This service is integrated to GMail webmail interface.
Of course, Google Buzz is not for everyone. Some might having trouble to catch up to another social networking service.
|20 January 2009||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
Quick tips. On 9 January 2009, Google started to use new favicon on its sites. In this post, you will find how to change the old Google’s favicon to the new one in Firefox and Opera, if you feel like changing it.
You can update the Firefox’s default Google search plugin to show the new Google search icon:
1. Download this updated version of the Google search plugin (right click to save).
2. Copy it to your searchplugins folder in your Firefox install folder (usually in C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\searchplugins on Windows), and overwrite the existing google.xml file.
3. Save the file and restart Firefox.
[via: Mozilla Links]
1. Make sure Opera is not running. Go to the directory where Opera is installed (usually in C:\Program Files\Opera). Open search.ini with Notepad to edit it.
|30 September 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
I’ve been using Drupal for almost a year and I find it very easy to customize and configure. In fact, Drupal is my second blogging platform after Blogger. The Drupal development and community is very active. In this post I will show you how to easily integrate Google’s ‘Adsense for Search’ into Drupal 6 so that the search result can be shown and contained on your Drupal site.
1. Download and install ‘Google Custom Search Engine’ module for Drupal 6 to your Drupal installation. If you don’t know how to install a Drupal module, extract and upload the content of google_cse-6.x-x.x.tar.gz to the sites/all/modules directory of your Drupal installation. Make sure the folder google_cse exists after you upload the files (1).
|8 June 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
As we all notice, Google updated its favicon to a brand new one.
This simple hack will change to Firefox’s search bar to the new Google favicon.
1. Open the searchplugins folder in your Firefox install folder. (usually C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\ on Windows).
2. Open the google.xml file with a text editor. I recommend you use Notepad++ to open it.
3. Locate a section that starts with <Image width=”16″ height=”16″>. You will see it is followed by a long series of characters (the encoded Google icon).
4. Replace it with this equally unreadable code, the new encoded Google icon. Ensure the closing </Image> stays there.
The code is:
or click here for the text file of the code.
5. Save the file and restart Firefox.