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Google Search - how to create a script that enters my search terms to my search engine.

Posted on 2009-06-29
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I want to know how to do the follow.

you click on a predertmined word "glass" (for example). Upon clicking on this word it then imputs set term in you my google search box on my website.

my website is www.epictorrents.com - i have a fully configured search engine, i was to help people by creating a sort of cloudbubble of popular term - that they can in turn click on these works and it automatically this term in to my search engine.

Thank you for reading this question. applogise if i seemed to have repeated my self
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Question by:ilike-centre
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by:dlastlee
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<a href="#" onClick="document.getElementsByName('q')[0].value += this.innerHTML + ' '; return false;">Keyword</a>
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by:ilike-centre
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WOW! thank you so much!

On final thing how do you write the code so you click and it adds then enters the info??

either way! wOW! you have nailed it. i am over over joyed thank you.
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by:dlastlee
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Sorry, I'm not sure what you are asking. Can you clarify?
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by:ilike-centre
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yes, as you have created the ode that enter the word "glass" in the search engine, how do you take that the next step and have it do the function of hit enter to get the results.

because atm it puts there word in there perefectly, would be superb if it would do the complete task by getting the return result - just a thought.
thank you again.
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Oh, you can just skip the above step then and just redirect to the term:
<a href="#" onClick="window.location = 'http://www.epictorrents.com/?cx=partner-pub-2008479706652190%3Amp3mmi-92mf&cof=FORID%3A11&ie=ISO-8859-1&sa=Search&q=' + this.innerHTML">axxo</a>
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