Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Google drops its black navigation bar and now Bing wants one


Here's how you can enable the experiment:

  • Go to Bing.com and load your browser's developer console:
    • Google Chrome: Tools, Developer Tools
    • Mozilla Firefox: Web Developer, Web Console
    • Internet Explorer: Developer Tools (F12), Console
  • Copy and paste the following code:
    EXPERIMENT 1:
    document.cookie="MUIDB=1BCE1E9844C2697E04781B1945E36977; path=/; domain=.bing.com";document.cookie="MUID=; path=/; domain=.bing.com";window.location.reload();
    
    EXPERIMENT 2:
    document.cookie="MUIDB=30FBFF82F8E96B8421C5FA01F9C86BF1; path=/; domain=.bing.com";document.cookie="MUID=; path=/; domain=.bing.com";window.location.reload();
  • Press Enter and you'll see the experiment.

If doesn't work, try this other method:

  • Open Chrome and install this extension.
  • Go to Bing.com and select "Edit Cookies" option on the context menu:
  • Find the cookies named MUIDB and MUID, and remplace the value with this cookie value:
    EXPERIMENT 1:
    1BCE1E9844C2697E04781B1945E36977
    
    EXPERIMENT 2:
    30FBFF82F8E96B8421C5FA01F9C86BF1
  • Click "Submit cookie changes" and refresh the page.

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