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I'm trying to implement the Google CSE Search Results code on a page that I created called search-results. When I implement the code using CKEditor (PHP mode) and save the page, the code does not show up when the page is rendered?

I was able to enter the Search box code no problem but I cannot seem to get the search results code to load on a page? I created a static html page and it works fine but will not work when I create the page in CKEditor. I also tried creating a block but this did not work?

How can I get the Google CSE Search results code snippet in a Drupal page? I'm not interested in using any of the Drupal modules for CSE as I don't like the way they render the results.

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You should be using Google Custom Search Engine Module instead of embedding the code. Using this module would give you better integration option.

Additional Info: Avoid using PHP Filter as its creates security risk.

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  • I tried the Google Custom Search Engine Module but it does not create a results page the same way as the raw Google code. I wanted the WEB and IMAGE results tabs. – John Oct 14 '14 at 17:37
  • So, why won't the Search results code get loaded on the page when I have no issues loading the search box code? – John Oct 14 '14 at 17:39

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