How to Fix Blog Post URLs ending with

How to Fix Blog Post URLs ending with
Are you currently facing problems with your blog post URLs, and constantly notice the '' search parameter appended at the end of those URLs? Chances are that this is caused by an instance of a custom Google Search Engine on your website. Many bloggers and webmasters prefer to provide search functionality to their users within their sites. More often than not, if you see a search bar on a website that is content-based, and not a classified, eCommerce, catalogue, travel, or job listing website, then that search would be powered by Google - that's how popular Google is! Anyhow, in this post, we'll talk about removing the '' error from your blog URLs.

Custom Google Search Engine

Custom Search Engines are instantiations of a complete search engine (such as Google Search, Bing, Yahoo! Search etc), but with some parameters changed, such as the search space stripped down, or filters applied, or other similar restrictions/conditions.

Most search engines like Google provide APIs for others to freely use their core to perform searches. Webmasters often install a custom Google Search Engine to let their users search for content within their own site.

Creating a custom Search Engine is really simple. Check out the link below if you want to create a search engine for your own site
However, once you install a custom search engine, you might face the URL error described above.

Removing the '' error

The fix for this error is pretty simple. It is mostly caused by installing a custom instance of Google Search Engine. To fix it, you need to first locate your Custom Search Engine (CSE) Manager.
  • Step 1: Log into your CSE Manager or Control Panel
  • Step 2: Select a CSE you have installed for the site facing the URL issue. Create a new CSE if you don't have any, and then check your site after installation to see if you're facing the problem.
  • Step 3: Click on Search features from the sidebar on the left
Search features
  • Step 4: Click on the Advanced tab, and then click on Websearch Settings
  • Step 5: Now, disable the Results Browsing History

You're all done! Then string should no longer appear after each URL.

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