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How to Embed Google Scholar in Website or blogs

How to Embed Google Scholar in Website or blogs..

To add a Google Scholar search bar to your website or blog, you can use the Google Scholar Custom Search Engine (CSE) tool. This tool allows you to create a customized search engine that searches only the academic resources available through Google Scholar. Here are the general steps for adding a Google Scholar search bar to your website or blog:

Go to the Google Custom Search Engine page (Sign in – Google Accounts) and sign in with your Google account.

Click on the “New search engine” button.

In the “Sites to search” field, enter “https://scholar.google.com/ “.

Give your search engine a name and description, and customize any other settings as desired.

Click on the “Create” button to create your search engine.

Click on the “Get code” button to generate the HTML code for the search bar.

Copy the code and paste it into the HTML of your website or blog where you want the search bar to appear.

Save your changes and test the search bar to make sure it is working properly.

It is important to note that the Google Scholar Custom Search Engine tool is designed for websites and blogs that are not commercial in nature. If you are using the search bar for a commercial website or blog, you may need to purchase a license from Google.

Another way to  add a Google Scholar search bar to your website or blog, is to use the Google Scholar search widget provided by Google. Here are the steps to add it:

  1. Go to the Google Scholar website and click on the “Settings” option in the top right corner of the page.
  2. In the settings menu, select “Widgets” from the left-hand side.
  3. Customize the search bar according to your preferences, such as the size and color scheme.
  4. Once you’re satisfied with the customization, click on the “Get code” button to generate the HTML code for the search bar.
  5. Copy the generated HTML code and paste it into the HTML source code of your website or blog where you want the Google Scholar search bar to appear.
  6. Save the changes to your website or blog, and the Google Scholar search bar should now be visible and functional.

By following these steps, you can easily integrate a Google Scholar search bar into your website or blog, allowing visitors to search for scholarly articles and literature directly from your site.

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