Google Custom Search, by default, uses the classic Google layout – blue titles, green links and black snippets – for styling search results on your site. You do have an option to choose a different color scheme and font family for your search results* but that’s pretty much it.
Google Custom Search with Custom CSS Styles
If you have ever used the site search function on labnol.org, you may noticed that the search results are styled slightly different – there’s no URL displayed beneath the titles, the matching keywords aren’t highlighted in bold and the pagination numbers are displayed as square buttons.
You cannot add these custom styles though the Custom Search editor but you can write simple CSS rules that will bring the …