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Q&A Remove separate search page and put a search textbox directly in the top bar

Would it be possible to change the search so that you don't end up on a separate page? It feels a bit clunky to not be able to search directly. Replace the search button with a text box for the que...

1 answer  ·  posted 2y ago by klutt‭  ·  last activity 7mo ago by sau226‭

#3: Post edited by user avatar sau226‭ · 2022-07-03T05:51:50Z (7 months ago)
edited tags: this was done in Dec. 2020 per /posts/39539
#2: Post edited by user avatar klutt‭ · 2020-06-03T11:16:41Z (over 2 years ago)
  • Would it be possible to change the search so that you don't end up on a separate page? It feels a bit clunky to not be able to search directly. Replace the search button with a text box for the query. Maybe it could be a separate search page for more advanced searching with more options and explanations, but in that case, also have a regular search textbox on the regular pages.
  • I don't like to say "like on the SE network", but that pretty much summarizes it. :)
  • Would it be possible to change the search so that you don't end up on a separate page? It feels a bit clunky to not be able to search directly. Replace the search button with a text box for the query. Maybe it could be a separate search page for more advanced searching with more options and explanations, but in that case, also have a regular search textbox on the regular pages.
  • I don't like to say "like on the SE network", but that pretty much summarizes it. :)
  • It could be the case that I just have not become used to it yet.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar klutt‭ · 2020-06-03T11:11:58Z (over 2 years ago)
Would it be possible to change the search so that you don't end up on a separate page? It feels a bit clunky to not be able to search directly. Replace the search button with a text box for the query. Maybe it could be a separate search page for more advanced searching with more options and explanations, but in that case, also have a regular search textbox on the regular pages.

I don't like to say "like on the SE network", but that pretty much summarizes it. :)