The results are pretty good in that one, huh?
Adding Y!Q to your site is easy. If you're using MovableType, adding something like this to your template will give you what I've got on mine, using the post title as the "context" for the Y!Q search.
First, in the document head:
Then, where you want the link:
<p> <form class="yq" action="http://yq.search.yahoo.com/search" method="post"> <input type="hidden" name="context" value="<$MTEntryTitle$>" /> <div class="yqact"> <input class="yqbt" type="submit" value="Possibly Related Stuff" onclick="return activateYQ(this)" /> </div> </form> </p>
However, it now occurs to me that I won't know if anyone finds this useful. Well, I suppose I could get a torrent of "thanks for adding Y!Q" emails, but let's be realistic. Since I'm not getting any click data back from Y!Q, how do I decide if I (as a publisher) should keep it?
Any ideas? I'll feed 'em back to the Y!Q team.
Now I should probably do the same over on the Yahoo Search blog, huh? Someone rightfully accused us/me of not eating our dog food.
Updated to include the script/head stuff I forgot the first time.
Posted by jzawodn at February 06, 2005 07:43 PM