This plugin hasn’t been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

Kau-Boy's Opensearch

Description

Integrates an OpenSearchDescription so that users can add your blog as a search location to their browsers. Your favicon will also be visible next to the search option in the browser.

You don’t need to setup any information. Just install and activate the plugin!

Screenshots

  • Screenshot of the autodiscovery in Firefox

Installation

Installation through WordPress admin pages:

  1. Go to the admin page Plugins -> Add New
  2. Search for kau-boy and choose the plugin
  3. Choose the action install
  4. Click on Install now
  5. Activate the plugin after install has finished (with the link or trough the plugin page)

Installation using WordPress admin pages:

  1. Download the plugin zip file
  2. Go to the admin page Plugins -> Add New
  3. Choose the Upload link under the Install Plugins headline
  4. Browse for the zip file and click Install Now
  5. Activate the plugin after install has finished (with the link or trough the plugin page)

Installation using ftp:

  1. Unzip and upload the files to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress

FAQ

Why is my favicon not visible

The favicon must be placed in the root folder of your blog (e.g. http://exmple.com/favicon.ico). That’s not only usefull for the plugin but also very useful for all users visiting you page, as the browser will always request a favicon.ico in the root folder and you don’t want your users to have a 404, do you?

Contributors & Developers

“Kau-Boy's Opensearch” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

  • 0.1 First stable release