How to set up search box on your browser is an interesting question. Getting started with Search Console isn’t super hard. And there’s a ton of different ways to put it together, depending on your needs. Google already has a walkthrough on how to set up Search Console on your computer, and how to make your site more visible in the rankings.
Setting up Search Console isn’t rocket science, but there are a few tricks you’ll want to keep in mind as you get started. The first thing to remember is that you need to have a domain and an active web host for this to work. You can’t simply download some template from the net and install it onto your server. If you do that, you won’t be able to verify the domain name, or if you change the one you had, you won’t be able to change it anymore in the future.
The next thing to do to get your site ready to go is to go into your web browser and hit “Goggle” when you see the padlock icon. This will pop up a window where you can enter in the url prefix property. Entering in the url prefix property is pretty self explanatory.
There’s also a domain-level property you need to enter in. This is very important. When you enter in the domain-level property, you’re telling Google which exact words you’re trying to rank for. For example, if you’re wanting to rank for the term “search engine optimization”, you put “SEO” into the domain-level property. The Google webmaster tool will take that word and replace it with “search engine optimization”.
The last step is to enter in the htaccess url. This is the home page of your blog or website. We’ll start getting started ranking for that term a little later on. For now, just remember to type in the exact words as they appear in the actual web page source code.
Once you’re done entering in all those details, hit the “Search” button. The Google webmaster tool should open up. You should see a box that says “List all DNS records for this Http URL:”. Click on the “DLIST” command to display the whole set of Dns records for that particular web. You can see the name, IP address, description, and more.
Once you see that list, go to the right side of the screen and click on “Edit”. Once you get to the Editing page, you can type in all the details needed to change the txt record of that web. Just type in an address that points to the actual webpage source code.
If everything was successful, your search should be updated immediately. You may also check if there are any errors on the settings of your server. It’s possible that your server uses different names for the same domain. To verify these entries, you should go to “SERVER settings” and then click on “validate URL prefixes” tab. Click on the “Validate” button to ensure that the domain name you typed in is actually the name of the webpage you wanted. That’s all!
There are some more advanced tips in how to set up search console for Firefox browser. Some users want to verify via HTML code instead. To do this, you should click on “HTML Code” link at the bottom of the browser window. On the next page, you can enter the desired domain-level property value. Click on “OK”.
In addition, how to set up search for Firefox browser is important for users who want to verify a website through the google search engine. To do this, go to the overflow menu of your browser. You can click on the “earch” icon or “search box” depending on the version of Firefox you have installed. Once you’ve clicked on the icon or the search box, you will be shown a drop down list containing several different keywords.
Double click on one of the listed keywords and the query box will appear. Type the desired domain-level property into the text box. The query box also displays a list of matching websites. Click “OK”. You will see a new page has appeared on the search results page.
To learn how to set up search console for Firefox, you can read my other articles. If you’re a first-timer, I suggest reading the Getting Started Guide to Firefox. This will help you get the most out of your new search tool.