I've added the HTML for Google search onto my site & it all works fine - except it won't open in a new window. I can't add target="_BLANK" to the <a> tag as it's clicking the Search button or hitting Return that loads Google. If visitors do a search and start wandering off through links on sites they go to from there, they'd have to multi-click Back in their browser to return to my site. That is such a pain! Does anyone know how I can get around this?
I don't think Google alow you to modify their code.
maybe your should create a pop-up page, that then has the google search, on it...instead. That way your website sits in the background the whole while. Maybe laybe it as such so people "know" it's a pop up.
just a thought.
Have a search link that opens in a new page with the Google search on it.
haha thats what i just said lol
google doesnt allow you to change its codes unless you write your own searching codes of modify very good.
if you post your codes l think u can get help.
Panic over... I've cracked it! I was putting target="_BLANK" in the wrong place.
I put it in
but it goes in the
<FORM method=GET action="http://www.google.com/search"> tag.
D'OH at me for being dim.