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Google’s Search Results Without Underlined Links - Here’s How to Change It Back

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by freakymonday, Mar 15, 2014.

  1. freakymonday

    freakymonday Junior Member Premium Member

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    Google decided to change search results removing underlined links. Personally I don't like it. Font's are too big and it really hurts my eyes, maybe I am just too used to underlines.

    Here is simple tweak to add underlines back in with a couple simple steps.
    Only works for Firefox or Google browsers.

    Step 1: Install Stylish browser extension for Firefox or Chrome.

    Step 2: Go here and click the big "Install with Stylish" button.

    You might want to restart your browser.

    If you are logged in G+ account and using encrypted search, you will need to add this line "https://encrypted.google.com/" or "https://encrypted.google.co.uk/" ect. (just add the required countries extension at the end)

    You will need to put this code in Stylish add-on by going to Firefox's top menu "Tools", then "Add-ons", then on left side menu you will see "User Styles", click that, then press "edit"

    Here is the screen shot for those who have trouble finding it -

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    Sorry, I only know steps for Firefox, for Chrome you will have to figure it out yourself.


    P.S.

    All the credit Goes to Jason Barnabe, the creator of Stylish 1.4.2, you can support by donating going to Here

    And creator of Styles - jengolbeck, you can donate by going Here
     
  2. dekadent30

    dekadent30 Power Member

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    i hate new style too
     
  3. Izzma

    Izzma Regular Member

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    You could do that. Seems like a lot of work for nothing though.

    Why not just hover over the title?
     
  4. freakymonday

    freakymonday Junior Member Premium Member

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    Lot of work? Only took me about 3 or 4 minutes. I just explained in very detail, might look a lot, but it's really not.