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Problem with search engine
Months ago, there was a site which you could search subtitles with this url: http://www.greeksubtitlesproject.com
Now, they changed their url to: http://www.greeksubtitles.info/
I have added the search engine of the first one, it worked fine. After they changed their url, I removed it. I went to the new site, clicked to add the search engine. It was added in the menu. I wrote some text to test it, clicked enter and... it did the search but with the old url! Not the new one.
Is there a way to make it work? To have a search engine at the search engine menu, which will search in http://www.greeksubtitles.info/ ?
you could add a smart keyword to search the site from your location bar, that's an inbuilt function & you wouldn't need any extensions doing it: How to search IMDB, Wikipedia and more from the address barRead this answer in context 👍 1
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hello alex, please contact the providers of the webpage directly and ask them to update their search plugin.
Hello! I've contacted them a few hours later after you posted, but I got no response from them. Also they didn't fix it.
Is there any way to do a search in their new site without having to go at their page? For example, an add-on which would add a search engine at the search engine menu, and the add-on would use the search function of their site, and would open the results' page of the search?
you could add a smart keyword to search the site from your location bar, that's an inbuilt function & you wouldn't need any extensions doing it: How to search IMDB, Wikipedia and more from the address bar