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You can click Classic Home on your iGoogle homepage.
There are few you can explore: Netvibes Ustart ProtoPage Feedly MyFav Aboogy Iguzu
Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the Classic Home link, in the bottom-left corner. When you click on iGoogle, it sets a cookie so it can automatically redirect you to the iGoogle page. You can get rid of it by removing the cookies as well.
If you just want the links: Export iGoogle Feeds Follow the steps to export convert to OPML and then load into Google Reader Other options: Maybe put this on a free google app engine
I'm trying out Netvibes and that actually seems quite nice, very similar to iGoogle in a lot of ways and potentially more powerful - already got it set up to check my emails accounts etc. Not sure it is able to migrate feeds though, although I might not have come across that option yet - at the moment i'm just manually bringing across each of my RSS feeds.
You should have a link/button in the top right area labeled: Keep this theme. When you press that button it changes the label to: Change theme from "themeName".
It looks like somebody did something and it might get fixed. From a Google Employee on their official forums: Hi folks, Sorry if I caused confusion with my first post - I meant to say that we're trying to get the Google Reader link fixed in Gmail. Google Reader itself isn't broken. Until we do, you can find the link to Google Reader by ...
There is not going to be an easy way to do this without it being a programming activity to accomplish it. The "most clean" way that I have found to do this is to actually create a gadget that resembles the form and does the post to the proper location.
Alternatives to iGoogle shows NetVibes and PageFlakes as alternatives. This Lifehacker article compares NetVibes and Protopage. This discussion also mentions Yahoo.
I have tried MyYahoo and its ok, but it was time to move on. So I reviewed netvibes and it looks like way too much for me! I tried protopage’s demo and it seems promising. Then I got this invitation to try homepagey. It’s very new but looked pretty good. I am currently using it and I most likely will keep it. Not Igoogle by any means, but very nice. If any ...
New one just came out called igHome. According to PCWorld it "works just like iGoogle". Maybe now there is: igHome is a personalized home page that bears more than a passing resemblance to early-day iGoogle. In other words, it's a home page you can customize with a variety of feeds and gadgets, arranging them all to your liking. You might have a ...
It cannot be undone. You can Delete your Google Profile, Google+ Account GMail Account, Orkut account but not any other particular service from Google. All you can do is stop using the service, ignore it, or delete the whole Google Account. Just be visiting google.com when you have search for anything or sign in and not igoogle.com
Yes, Google is using different styling with Opera. I was able to reproduce your problem on Windows 7 with Opera 11.52.
Right now, Google's SSL search is still in Beta, and is limited to only search from its SSL beta page via https://google.com and https://encrypted.google.com. Even Google image search is not currently supported.
As far as I can tell, this doesn't seem possible via igoogle's settings. A lot of people did not seem to like this decision when it was rolled out (google discussion thread) and has been asked quite a few times in support (you'll find some suggestions on how to get around this here). To summarize info that is in that thread, you will need to run some script/...
There's a userscript and Chrome extension available. I've just tried the chrome extension and it does seem to work as advertised.
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