Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Google for tablets and smartphones tests hide the URL in search results



Here's how you can enable the experiment:

  • On your iPad or iPhone, go to Settings, Safari, Advanced.
  • You'll find the Web Inspector, toggle there.
  • Once enabled, open Safari on your iPad or iPhone and go to Google.
  • Now connect your iPad or iPhone to your Mac.
  • In Safari’s Preferences pane, go to Advanced and check the Show Develop menu in the menu bar.
  • Select the Develop menu, and your iPad or iPhone should be a menu option.
  • Copy and paste the following code:
    document.cookie="NID=67=l1UPlj0p7rTSdw1r0noQPT25UNQmwFZFUHbdQXLnoLfK4xW5lp1yeO6gS20U99ySjDqT3gWtOi3NKRyB44BkpFOpanUrfgmdneWXPx5cyyQN6CNdtE1xXeUPml-v2uzj; path=/; domain=.google.com";window.location.reload();
  • Press Enter and you'll see the experiment.

On this other experiment Google continues testing only show the site name in search results, but now show more details:



Here's how you can enable the experiment:

  • On your iPad or iPhone, go to Settings, Safari, Advanced.
  • You'll find the Web Inspector, toggle there.
  • Once enabled, open Safari on your iPad or iPhone and go to Google.
  • Now connect your iPad or iPhone to your Mac.
  • In Safari’s Preferences pane, go to Advanced and check the Show Develop menu in the menu bar.
  • Select the Develop menu, and your iPad or iPhone should be a menu option.
  • Copy and paste the following code:
    document.cookie="NID=67=G8ogzyz2L3uiNRpiE8fBTusfFl5zHtI5pbaCd6deGINv7cXJM-U8y7UKuXPh_EurrtP1_zm1vJAG3Gm302IAfUIBseGbTWktsOVDTFtg7ZbFH-i6c_DqPUXZzOnEltWV; path=/; domain=.google.com";window.location.reload();
  • Press Enter and you'll see the experiment.

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