Posts Tagged ‘google images’

How to Browse All of Your Web Images on Bing and Google

Monday, January 14th, 2013

Here’s a simple, yet useful trick that can come in handy for just about anybody who runs a web site.

If you run your own website you are probably also posting images on it from time to time. If you take ghacks for instance, you will notice that most articles contain at least one image in them to visualize the contents of the post and help with SEO. Most of the images that you post on your site get indexed by search engines which opens up a great opportunity for us. You can browse the images that were posted on your site using search engines.


10 Uses for Google’s Search by Images

Friday, June 17th, 2011

In case you’re wondering what the heck to use Google’s new “Search by Images” feature for, here are a few suggestions …

I have reviewed Google’s Search by Images yesterday and was impressed by the new search feature. The image recognition works extremely well in most cases. Search will still turn out blank occasionally but most of the time you get the information that you wanted to find.


Google Image Basic Userscript Redirects to Google’s Old Image Search

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

Here’s a cool trick for those who prefer Google’s previous image search format …

Google rolled out a new version of Google Image Search some time ago. The most prominent change is that all image results are now displayed on the same page, with new images being loaded as the user scrolls down. The number of image previews on a search result page has increased as well. This can be problematic for users who access the Internet with low speed connections, for instance dial up users or users with a low speed broadband plan.


Image Search Preview – Userscript to Display Direct Image Previews

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

This looks kind of interesting …

Most image search engines, and image hosting sites for that matter, use thumbnail previews of images that link to the image directly or another web page with the original version of the image. If you use Google Images or Bing Images for instance, you see a list of image results. These results are small thumbnails that lead to the site the images are hosted on. Users who want to download or view the image in its original size need to click multiple times to do so.