Difference between #3 and #2 of Adding Yii Search to Your Browser Search Box

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Adding Yii Search to Your Browser Search Box
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The official Yii project site now supports OpenSearch. This means you can
customize your browser's search box to enable direct search of the content in
yiiframework.com. For example, by entering a Yii class name in the browser's
search box, the corresponding class API page will be shown in the browser.

Below we explain how to customize your browser to enable this nice feature.

FireFox
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* Click on the dropdown button on the left of the browser search box. 
* You should see two menu items: `Add "Yii API Search"` and `Add
"Yii Site Search"`.
* Click on either or both of them to integrate the Yii search into your browser.

Your FireFox browser is now equipped with Yii search. If you enter a keyword
(e.g. `CController`) in its search box, the corresponding Yii search result page
will be displayed.


Internet Explorer
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* Click on the dropdown button on the right of the browser search box.
* Click on the menu item `Add Search Providers` and choose `Yii API Search`
and/or `Yii Site Search`.

Your Internet Explorer is now equipped with Yii search. If you enter a keyword
(e.g. `CController`) in its search box, the corresponding Yii search result page
will be displayed.


Chrome
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You don't need to do anything. To do a Yii search, you do the following steps:

* Enter `yii``yiiframework.com` in the browser URL address
field and press TAB or SPACE key to toggle Yii API Search.
* Keep entering the keyword you want to look for and press ENTER. The browser
will show the Yii search result page.
* You  can change search access keyword. Right Click in the address bar and
select Edit Search Engines and on the next window select Yiisearch and Edit.
here you can change access keyword E.G. `yii`. searching will be able as
{keyword}<TAB or SPACE>{query}


Opera
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This requires more work than the above.

* Go to [Yii class reference page](http://www.yiiframework.com/doc/api/).
* Put cursor on the left column search field and in context menu select `create
search`.
* Enter `yii` to the keyword field and save.
* Close Opera.
* Go to Opera's profile directory.
* Open search.ini.
* Find your search section by searching "yii".
* Add the following to the end of the section and save.

~~~
Suggest Protocol=JSON
Suggest URL=http://www.yiiframework.com/api/suggest/?q={SearchTerm}&json=1
~~~

Now restart Opera and try typing `yii ca` in your address bar. 


Credits
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* [GOsha](http://www.yiiframework.com/user/6286/) for his initiative in
implementing OpenSearch in yiiframework.com.
* [samdark](http://www.yiiframework.com/user/415/) for his finding in
configuring the Yii search in Opera.