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Google custom advanced search

Posted on 2014-10-07
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Hey all,
We use a google custom search on our organizations website. It is just the basic search box, is there anyway to have it show the advanced options as this one does but have the results specific to our site?
http://www.google.com/advanced_search

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To enable/disable Advanced Search features, within your Google Site Search Control Panel click the Search Features link, and then click the Advanced tab.
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Yes I know the advanced search area but am not sure how to set up for example filtering between dates or website categories. I guess I need to create CSE context ?
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I would even settle for a search box that allows the user to enter information such as basic search term but include some other query parameters and then when they press search google runs the query. Just a nicer way than having a simple search box.
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