Search PHP documentation in the Omnibox.
PhpSearch allows you to search PHP documentation from the omnibox. Within the omnibox, type "php" and then press space or tab to start searching. Suggested items are displayed as you type. Bug reports and feature suggestions are appreciated. Contact me by going to the extension page and clicking Details > Send Feedback.
- (2016-08-17) Matias Hernan Lauriti: This extension is really helpful but when you want to search something on google (on URL) you write "php" space or tab and automatically goes to search in PHP page... I cant search "PHP something"....
- (2015-10-28) Sven Hüßner: The extension itself is pretty awesome. It shortens the way to get php resource info by 1 click each time, which adds up to quite the production boost. Sadly it instantiates a Chrome Helper process that uses ALL CPU resources it can get a hold of. So the CPU is always running 100%. This is a deal breaker. This occured on MacBook Pro Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10.5) Chrome Version 46.0.2490.80 (64-bit) Currently the newest (Google Chrome ist auf dem neuesten Stand.)
- (2015-07-11) Sergey Black: Cool tool
- (2016-07-19, v:0.2.2) Brian Porter: The search URL target is no longer correct
When you select the first option from the omnibar, you are directed to the following page, which no longer exists on the php.net website: https://secure.php.net/manual/en/search.html?q=your_term_here The caption in the entry also says "search for your_term_here in Java documentation", which doesn't seem correct. See this screenshot for reference: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9dfvbmkv2cz5gca/PHP%20Search%20extension%20failure.PNG?dl=0 Thanks! Brian