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Add Browser Search

Description

Add WordPress standard search address into the browser menu, follow OpenSearch.org standard.
The OpenSearch standard is supported by all browsers, in different way…

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Installation

  1. Upload the entire content of plugin archive to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory,
    so that everything will remain in a /wp-content/plugins/wp-abs/ folder
  2. Open the plugin configuration page, which is located under Options -> WP Add Browser Search
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress (deactivate and reactivate if you’re upgrading).
  4. Done. Enjoy.

FAQ

Where can I find more information?

See http://www.opensearch.org/ for more detail

What browsers support this feature?

All browsers in different way

Why don’t see icon in browser menu?

This plugin search favicon.ico file in the root of blog. However, you can edit this setting from configuration page

Contributors & Developers

“Add Browser Search” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

History release:

* 1.24  Minor rev
* 1.23  Test on WordPress 2.7
* 1.22  Fix options page
* 1.21  Fix wordpress version/check bug
* 1.2   Improve admin panel and add some extra setting for OpenSearch Standard
* 1.12  Fix link configuration panel in plugin description (thanks =emanuele=)
* 1.11  Fix doc and links
* 1.1   Added WP ABS Configuration panel
* 1.0   First release