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|Jesse Andrews Admin||
The following is an archive of comments made before threaded discussions was implemented (November 16th, 2008)
For those who, like me, don't like certain sites, there is a simple way to add filtering to this script.
In the function "function makeGoogleImageLink(actorName)" under the line "var newLink = document.createElement("a");" add the following:
var myfilter = "+-site:.bebo.com"
and then add "myfilter" to the end of the following line, like so:
newLink.setAttribute("href", "http://images.google.com/images?q=" + "\"" + actorName + "\"" + myfilter);
You need to add a + and a - and then what you don't want for each of the sites you don't want hits from, as per my example.
Note that I have also added quotes around the actor name, you get less junk that way.
Have fun filtering junk out! :-)
Did not work for me until I changed line
I've been happy with Michael's image version of this script for over a year now. Thank you both.
Great work, Stefan and Michael. I brought the target attribute back and changed it to "_blank" from "tpb". Didn't like losing my place on the IMDB.
|Michael Sout... User||
Cool idea! So many times I'm investigating an actor on IMDb and they don't have a head shot. If you're interested Stefan, I've modified your script slightly to show a little Google icon instead of the [I] link (which I missed the first few times and could be Sean Anderson's problem too)... http://www.mrated.com/data/googleimagesinimdb.u...
Working under GM 0.6.2 and firefox 1.5 current nightly. Nice script!
|Stefan Bernd... Script's Author||
What version of GM? I've only used it in 5.x and FF/1.0.6, and it puts a [I] as a link after each actor link.
|sean anderson User||
It's not doing anything for me. It've tried it for movie titles and also for several actors.