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iw2evk(R)

Magenta (Italy),
30.05.2015, 16:53
 

Google page for textual browser (Users)

Hi,

i suppose many user know this page, but , for the newbe..

Google have a search page created for use with most kind of browser.

http://www.google.com/accessibility/labs/search/

They are no frills or animations, and semplify the use of textual and non standard browser (most of DOS browsers)

this is the page description:

In July 2006, we launched a small search experiment called Accessible Search, which searched the web for pages that were more accessible to browsers at the time. Since then, much has changed on the web, and this experiment is no longer supported. To learn more about accessibility and search, see Accessibility in Google Search.

I've choose this for my Home page on Links and Arachne.

Roberto iw2evk

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Australia,
30.05.2015, 23:23

@ iw2evk

Google page for textual browser

> Google have a search page created for use with most kind of browser.
> http://www.google.com/accessibility/labs/search/
> They are no frills or animations, and semplify the use of textual and non
> standard browser (most of DOS browsers)

I have made my own Gurgle link on my local "home-page".

This is the relevent bit of page code:
====
<form action="http://www.google.com.au/search" method=get name=f>
<input type=text value="" framewidth=4 name=q size=65 maxlength=256>
&nbsp;
<input name=btnG type=submit value="simple Google Search">
</form>
====

Works just fine for Arachne and Links.

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