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googleSearch (CSE) module
|Written by kksou|
|Tuesday, 06 January 2009|
This module complements the googleSearch_cse component.
It allows you to add a Google search form as a module. This means that you can place the search form in any module position you like.
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When the user clicks the search button, the search result will be displayed in your Joomla main body by the googleSearch_cse component.
Let me emphasize again that you need to have the googleSearch_cse component installed for this to work.
Available for all Joomla versions: Joomla 1.0, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7 and 2.5!!
v1.6 (for Joomla 1.6), v1.7 (for Joomla 1.7), v2.5 (for Joomla 2.5)
Native version of the googleSearch (CSE) component for Joomla 1.6, 1.7 and 2.5!
Note: Please make sure if you have also installed the googleSearch_cse component. The module requires the component to work.
If you are using the googleSearch_cse component together with sh404SEF:
Please also make sure you read the following article:
"JFolder::folder: Path is not a folder: /language"
For those of you who get this error message, please refer to the article below for the solution:
How to install
That's all you need to get started! You'll now have a Google Search form displayed in your selected module position, and the Google Search result displayed right inside your Joomla main body!
Customizing the Module
Note that the config options for googleSearch_cse module resides in the googleSearch_cse component. The rationale is that
Module config options:
If you wish to display the last search value in teh search form, just set this to "Yes". Default value is "No".
Module Class Suffix
Note that I do have one parameter added in the googleSearch module: the Module Class Suffix.
This is provided by some templates to give variations to the style of the module.
For example, in Joomla 1.5, if you're using the default "rhuk_milkyway" template, you can try setting this as
Note that this parameter is set in the Module Manager, not in the Component Manager.
Note: It is important that you match the version number of your googleSearch_cse module with that of the googleSearch_cse component.
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