Quicksearch is a nifty feature for those who like to search at any page using most searchable engines found on the web. I’m doing this writeup because I tend to forget how this is done after a long time.
Step 1. Right click on a search bar the select “add a keyword for this search.”
Step 2. Fill in the blanks. If you’re still confused go to the “aleternative steps and methods” below.
Alternative Steps and methods:
Step 1. Go to your favorite search engine and save it under quicksearch. Select Bookmarks>Quicksearch>Properties on your Firefox browser. continue…
Step 2. Change the properties exactly to what I have there. (The idea is to replace %s with your search word. And replace the keyword with the first letter of your search engine.) Click ok.
Step 3. Type g eating in your address bar if you are searching for eating. Type g horse if you are searching for horse.
Step 1. Go to laoplanet.net and bookmark it under quick search.
Step 2. Select Bookmarks>Quicksearch>Properties on your Firefox browser.
Step 3. Copy + paste “http://www.google.com/search?as_q=%s&hl=en&num=10&btnG=
into the properties > location box without the quotes or spaces.
Step 4. Type l chi pond in your address bar if you are searching for chi and pond. This really helps when searching the cache of the old forum. example