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Adding an Experts Exchange site search to the Firefox browser

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How to create a custom search shortcut to site-search Experts Exchange using Google in the Firefox browser. This eliminates the need to type out site:experts-exchange.com whenever you want to search the site.

Video Steps

1. Launch your Bookmark Menu

Press 'Ctrl + Shft + B' (Windows) or 'Apple Key + B' (Mac) in Firefox to launch the Bookmark Menu

2. Create a new bookmark

In the Bookmark Library, right click on "Bookmarks Menu", and select "New Bookmark"

3. Fill out your bookmark fields

We'll use the following info.

Name - Search Experts Exchange (This name can be anything you want)
Location: https://www.google.com/#q=%s+site:experts-exchange.com (the %s acting as a dynamic replaceable keyword)
Keyword -  ee (This keyword will be what triggers the custom search and can be anything you'd like)

4. Add the bookmark

5. Try your new custom search

Type "ee" in your address bar, followed by your search terms. All of your results should now be from Experts Exchange.
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