08 Sep '12, 3pm

Google testet neues Design in der Navigation:

Google appears to be testing out a new navigational layout, one that takes the search options that normally show in the left-hand column of a search results page and moving them to above the search results. This is how things normally look: The arrow points to how search options — the choice to select the type of search such as “web” or “shopping” — appear to the left of search results. Further down in this column is an option to select “More” search options or to make use of search tools such as limiting searches by date. In the new layout, these all move above the search results: Selecting the “More” link allows for narrowing your search to Google specialized search engines such as Blogs or Flights. Nothing listed is different than what’s available in the more traditional layout. Only the location has changed: Selecting the Search Tools options brings up a pretty pleasin...

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