I add -site:blockeddomain.com after my search items.
how to paint barn -site:ehow.com -site:experts-exchange.com -site:ebay.com -site:dotnetspark.com -site:go4sharepoint.com -site:wikihow.com -site:howstuffworks.com
In this example I have added my current ignore list. To make it easy for day-to-day use, I use a text expander to enter all the domains that ...
As suggested by @Zedinc, I have added the following rule to my user stylesheet:
display: none !important;
This hides the “translations” completely.
The translations are loaded via an XHR (AJAX) request to
I blocked this URL, but for no obvious reasons my ...
Here are few more Bing query parameters:
Please refer the following link to know more about these query parameters for Bing:
Just put a plus before the first quote:
+"Moscow is a beautiful city"
Click here to try it.
Sometimes this works perfectly. Other times, it lets through a few false positives. Other times, it lets through a lot. But it always seems to work better than anything else you can do (certainly better than any other suggestion here so far).
Another tip: ...
To hide results of any kind just use the — (minus, dash, etc.) operator.
New York -yankees
The above will display results for 'New York' but exclude the 'yankees' keyword.
Disney Characters -disney.go.com
The above will display results for 'Disney Characters' while also removing results that have the 'disney.go.com' domain name.
Unfortunately, there is no way to turn off these translations. The translations are shown when your interface language is different from the language Twitter thinks the tweet is written in (and Bing Translator supports the language pair).
You can always use a Greasemonkey script or similar to hide them, but there aren't any settings to disabling them on ...
Bing provides statistics that includes call volume, top queries, user agent, response code, amongst other things on https://bingapistatistics.com.
Bing Statistics is not available for standalone API offerings at the moment:
Bing Statistics Add-in is only available with the Bing APIs' Tiers S1 to S9. It is not available for the standalone API offerings. ...
As far as I know, Bing Web Search API does NOT offer analytics for the searched terms, duration, etc.
As a workaround, one can integrate the Bing Web Search API with the free Site Search Tracking offered by Google Analytics.
To set this up follow the official guidelines:
Sign in to your Analytics account.
Click Admin, and navigate to the view in ...
You can change your default search engine. It's easy to do this on any browser by relying on Mycroft's search engine form: http://mycroftproject.com/submitos.html
Find the search engine you want to modify on Mycroft (preferably for search the website URL).
Find the one you want to use in the results (probably under category "Major Engines") and hover its ...
There is a chance that it's related to the bing app that is on a Windows 8 computer. I've noticed several times that when using bing on a Windows 8 device that is suggests using the app. Although I haven't seen that particular link.
Looks like a bug due to bungled highlighting of term matches.
A simpler case:
Bad highlighting on results: http://i.imgur.com/8fwkXat.png (bold)
Bad highlighting on cached page: http://i.imgur.com/tpxGYOu.png (red)
It's working fine for me; when I type bing singer Bing Crosby results fill the page, but bing singer NOT crosby omits the Bing Crosby pages. You could also try bing singer -crosby instead of using NOT.
Note that using NOT or - does not prevent the keyword from showing up in the related searches.
Look to Google Trends.
For example, here is the trend page for the search iraq war.
The bottom of the page shows similar queries and rankings.
At the top of the page, you can download a csv of more complete statistics (under the gear icon).
Yes on bing maps you can add shapes like polygons to the map. It also seems you have been looking at the wrong Bing page.
This link tells you how to add polygons. On Bing the only way to do it is to edit some code but that page fully explains it!!!
[in XAML] use this to make a triangle.
It's possible with Bing by using their Search API.
Here's a link to one that someone has created via the API:
That will allow you to search bing with I'm feeling lucky, but you need an API key.
You can get 5,000 free requests here:
It is possible that the results would eventually be consistent. Many search engines actually balance requests across many server-farms and each server might give subtly different answers to any other. Partly this is just load balancing, but it is also by design as it reduces predictability of search position.
As pages "settle" into a ranking, the results ...
There is a simple solution. You can use the inbody: parameter so that Bing does not separate your search string into multiple words.
Try searching in Bing for inbody:Moscow&is&a&beautiful&city
Also works as inbody:Moscow+is+a+beautiful+city
As far as I have been able to tell over the YEARS, Bing has never worked using quotation marks. Still does not. Always bothered me. One of the main reasons I go back to Google when Bing fails me.
If relevant, I use Firefox.
My post is as of today's date of August 5, 2014 CE.
this will work:
you have to vary the sty= parameter
sty=o - birdeye perspective
sty=c - doesent work
see documentation here