Browser Search EExtensions


Hop Studios

3rd Party (Free)

EE Version Support

  • ExpressionEngine 1.x
  • ExpressionEngine 2
  • ExpressionEngine 3


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Next up in our series of tools for ExpressionEngine developers: browser search extensions. Simple and effective, these extensions will save you time. If you're using Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer, just click the following links to add these to your toolbar search options. Please note: There is no download for these -- just click the links.

Please note: There is no download for these—just click the links.
This one searches the whole of EllisLab’s site, and shows you the results on Google
This one does a Google search of the ExpressionEngine v3 docs AND takes you directly to the “I’m Feeling Lucky” result page instead of to the list of pages that match.  This one is the one that should save you a whole heck of a lot of time: Try a search for DATE or SHOW FUTURE ENTRIES to see how well it works.

Browser Search EExtensions Links

This entry was created March 10, 2010, 6:43 am.
This entry was last updated June 29, 2016, 7:42 pm.

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1 Review:

Thomas Boelskifte 07.04.16

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This is a very novel and awesome idea, thank you so much for thinking outside the box (or wrapper in HTML :-)