[HOW-TO] Add search engine of your Clip-Bucket website to FireFox
Written by Richi González Sunday, 31 July 2011
Are you a FireFox or Swiftfox user? Do you see that in the top-right there’s a search bar where you can add different search engines? Ever wondered how to add your Clip-Bucket website’s search in there? I’ll show you how. This article is written for v2.0.91 and above. It might work for other versions, too. If you need this for another version, please let me know and I’ll be more than glad to write it for you.
Difficulty level: Easy
1. Open up any text editor. You can use Notepad. I’m on Ubuntu, so I’ll use gEdit.
2. Copy-paste this:
<search version="7.1" name="YOURCLIPBUCKETWEBSITENAME" description="Search www.YOURSITE.TLD" action="http://www.YOURSITE.TLD/search_result.php" searchForm="http://www.YOURSITE.TLD" method="GET" > <input name="sourceid" value="Mozilla-search"> <input name="query" user=""> </search>
3. Edit where it says YOURCLIPBUCKETSITE to match your CB’s site name.
4. Edit where it says YOURSITE.TLD to match your CB’s site URL (ie. arvixeclipbucket.com)
6. Restart Firefox.
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