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Over the past few months, the Google Material Theme has increasingly penetrated the company's applications and service offerings. Featuring a major facelift for Chrome this coming months, Google Search would be the next bigger thing to get a new look. Today, new screen shots show that Google has already tested the new look.
In the new styling, the most immediate theme item available is the pill-shaped search strip, which has a slight, shallow contour instead of shadow. Intelligently curved edges found in Google's latest application update include Knowledge Graph Panels and the drop-down list of search proposals when a user enters a request.
We' ve already discovered a pill-shaped search toolbar in the Google application for Android. Google Images has also tested several new web themes. A further new feature is a persistent application toolbar that stays attached at the top of the monitor as the user scrolls through the results. Google logos, the toolbar, the App Launcher and the Adobe Affiliate are now always displayed and provide fast and easy accessibility to start a new search or switch to another site without first having to upscroll.
Work on this draft is still in process, as several older items are still visible on the canvas. The new rounding tabs reagent is not used to determine what kind of search results (maps, images, videos or messages) the user is currently displaying. In addition to Google Mail, the theme on Google.com would present the company's upcoming corporate identity to a very broad web public.
However, the person who submitted these pictures noticed how "erroneous" it was by choosing a Search other than All to return back to the actual theme instead. Read more about Google Material:
Theme:: The Google Search Console reports a 500 bug in my theme directory.
If I could forbid the robots.txt directory, I think that would be a problem because it would also stop Google from using the files like that. You have a safety plug-in that could cause a 500 fault on such an attack? Five hundred faults is WP's standard behaviour, isn't it?
You think I don't have to fix it, but why Google searches this directory when it shouldn't. It is also possible that the topic's index.php recognizes that it is being directly attacked and is blocking it with an issue. There is no plug-in that could cause the 500-fault. You get a 404, not a 500, if the files don't even have it.
When you are bothered by this, please use robots.txt to omit wp-content/themes.