We took some time to think through the best way to improve categories for the ANR Blogs. This took a while as there are many things to consider and many different ways people use categories in the ANR Blogs. In the end we decided to go with an auto complete system for the categories. So as one types in categories, the categories that have already been used in the Blog will be listed as categories that can be chosen. When a category is selected it will be added to the current list of categories.
When choosing a category from the list the mouse or the keyboard may be used to select a category. When using the keyboard; up / down arrow keys highlight the selected category and the "Tab" or...
- Author: Dave Krause
It seems like only yesterday that we announced the release of the "URL Tools" section of your ANR Portal, but we already have an update to share! We've added a new "Recommended Sites" tool that will allow you to highlight your site when someone uses the search tool provided at the top of Site Builder 3 sites.
We use Google's Custom Search to power the general search results in all Site Builder sites. Even though Google returns good results, it may not always return the best result. To assist our users in finding the right results, our Recommended Sites tool will query an internal list of search terms and try to find a match. The great thing about this internal list is that you can help build it.
Simply add your...
Every once in a while an innovation comes along that will change your life. And every now and then something comes along to improve your life. While this innovation promises neither of these it will change the way you search! In fact you have probably already used it on the web. However, this feature is new to Site Builder 3.0.
We have added a new asset called the "Custom Search". This asset allow you to create a search that returns a filtered set of results based upon the "Search URL" entered.
This works by plugging in the URL from the "Search URL" into the custom search. Google then uses this URL to...
Part of my job on the Web Action Team (we need a theme song to go along with the name) is to maintain the ANR search engine. For this we are using a Google Mini search appliance. Which is wonderful as it does it's job very well. On a daily basis I recieve an update letting me know how our ANR search engine is performing. Every now and then, I get one like I got this morning; which is a little different than usual... Without knowing what the normal output is lets see if you can spot the abnormality below...
System Status: OK
Machines Status: OK.
Disks Status: OK.
Temperatures Status: OK.