Every web browser that you install comes with a default search engine to perform searches in the address bar. Default search engine simply means whenever you try to search anything using the address bar of any web browser, the default search engine performs the search.
As internet usage becomes increasingly integrated with daily life, commerce, education, and communication, most people find it easy to spend hours surfing the web every day. During a simple search for “good gluten-free restaurants near me,” a user might view five or more websites in a matter of minutes while scrolling through menus and getting […]
A search bar is one of the most crucial widget in a website which helps visitors searching for a keyword throughout the website. Did you ever go through a website that doesn’t have search bar?
Every web browser comes with a private browsing mode to help people browse the web privately. There’re always some reasons for why we choose to browse privately.
When we somewhere hear, see or read the term “search engine”, the very first thing that comes to mind is “Google“. This is because Google is the most popular search engine around the globe. But, despite being so popular some people still not giving it that much preference.
We often need to perform a text search in different documents such as Word file, PDF, etc., and most of the time in web pages. Generally, the most common procedure to perform search for words in a different type of documents and web pages is the Ctrl+F command which opens up the Find bar to […]
Google is always concerned about improving user experience and consistently makes new updates in different products, services and search algorithms in order to serve better.
Starting a new website with secured protocol (HTTPS) is very easy but when it comes to migrate an old website or blog from HTTP to HTTPS, things are not easy. To be honest, the migration from HTTP to HTTPS might end up destroying your whole SEO traffic in just a few hours if right steps […]