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Add google search on wordpress
|Version: WordPress 4.4.1|
Go to your WordPress site and append wp-admin at the end of the URL as shown below
In the wp-admin wizard, Click Plugins and click Add New
Add Plugin wizard, type WP Google Search in the search bar and click install this as shown below
Now open a new browser window and go to http://www.google.com/cse.
Here create a ‘site’ for your website and get the Engine ID. The ENGINE ID looks like ‘0009191612987612024723:polayasael4’.
Click Look and Feel and choose Full Width as shown below
Now Go back to your WordPress site with your Google engine ID we created in Step4. Go to Settings >> Click WP Google Search. This will take you to Google custom search settings page
Now Go back to your WordPress site with your Google engine ID we created in Step4. In the wp-admin wizard, go to Settings >> Click WP Google Search >> paste your Google Engine ID here and save it as shown below.
In the wp-admin wizard. Click Appearance >> Widgets.
Move WP Google Search widget from the Available Widgets to a layout of your theme supports. The available layout components will be different for each theme.
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