Custom image search using google custom search
Here are steps to enable image search in google custom search
- Login to your google custom search control panel-https://cse.google.com
- Select your search engine from the edit search engine dropdown.
- Go to setup-> Basics-> enable Image search
- That’s it-> image search has been enabled on your google custom search engine
Shopify’s online store search function is a fully-featured, powerful tool for buyers to search across all of a shop’s products, articles, and pages. Sometimes, however, your clients may want to optimize their search so that buyers are seeing specific types of results. Check out Shopify custom search
Custom image search using expertrec
You can also add a custom image search engine using expertrec as well. This costs 9 USD per month. To do this,
- Sign up at custom image search engine.
- Enter your website URL.
- Choose your nearest data center.
- Initial image search crawl.
- Go to settings-> image search-> enable image search
- Go to the code section and add it to your website.
- Take live.
ExpertRec comes with more customization options that you can explore. You can get the Google search plugin for WordPress websites.
You don’t want to miss this article on HTML code for Google search page.
Search by default is optimized for the general population. Where everything they type is consumed by the search and it retrieves and presents the results that it thinks are most relevant to the user. Sometimes, people are advanced users, and they are used to boolean arithmetic. If you want to precisely control how the results are retrieved, you can use advanced search techniques.
Using google search on your website is an effective method to help visitors find content quickly. It also gives an idea of what users are searching for on your website. Learn how to search a website for a word using Google
The search function in WordPress works well if visitors have an idea of the content you provide. However, it lacks that special something when people are looking for relevant content to a word or phrase. Luckily, you don’t have to stick with the default search field that comes with WordPress. You can replace WordPress search with Google.
Even after you’ve assembled the result set for your search engine and tweaked the rankings, your users might still type queries that are too broad. However, if they can select refinements or categories of search results, they can narrow their searches and get to the answers quickly. Check some Google custom search examples.
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