If you have a website that is relevant to fashion, footwear, fabrics, etc., and you are welcome to add an Apparel Search engine to your website. Before you decide to add the search engine, please understand that we offer ZERO technical support (other than what you find on this page).
You would paste the below green HTML code into your web page where you would like the engine to appear.
Paste it into your site's <body> section, where you want the search box to render.
<script async="" src="https://cse.google.com/cse.js?cx=009827137165944032491:coxogwbo3xy"></script>
<div class="gcse-searchbox-only" data-resultsurl="https://www.apparelsearch.com/search/apparel_search_3.0_results.html">
Below is an example of the Apparel Search 3.0 search engine appearance.
After viewers complete a search with the search box, they will be taken to a results page at the following address which is hosted on the Apparel Search website. https://www.apparelsearch.com/search/apparel_search_3.0_results.html (you will see that address is included in the green HTML code listed above).
If you want the results to appear directly on your own site (instead of the page listed above), you would need to change that part of the code to be your own website page address.
The Search Technology that runs the Apparel Search 3.0 engine is developed and maintained by Google. The Apparel Search Company has utilized the Google CSE (Google Custom Search Engine) service to develop the Search Engine listed above. The engine has been tweaked to provide Apparel Search preferences and some fashion flare. Currently we have the engine set to search only the ApparelSearch.com website (including our fashion blog). In the future, we may include our other website properties such as the FashionIndustryNetwork.com or others.
Note: Google often includes some advertisements on the results pages. Currently they list them above the search results, but the location could potentially change. They normally give an indication next to the the listing to indicate that it is an advertisement.
Below is an example when using the words "Apparel Search" in the engine.
Google Custom Search is a platform provided by Google that allows web developers to feature specialized information in web searches, refine and categorize queries and create customized search engines, based on Google Search. The service allows users to narrow the 11.5 billion indexed webpages down to a topical group of pages relevant to the creator's needs.
You can learn more about the Google CSE (Custom Search Engines) at https://cse.google.com/
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