<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=763991110377089&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

A Fresh Look For Yahoo Image Search

Yahoo’s Image Search has undergone a face lift resulting in a cleaner, more organized layout. The changes went live yesterday and were announced on the Yahoo Search blog.

When a search is performed, the results page shows pictures in a grid with each image equally sized. If you hover over a particular image it will become larger.

The most notable change is the option to have image results displayed in a slideshow with full size images. Clicking on any image will open the slideshow view and the user will be able to navigate through photos with a simple click.

Another significant change is the addition of tabs including “Top Images,” “Galleries,” and “Facebook. ” The “Galleries” tab appears in the results if a gallery exists in Yahoo! News, Flickr, and OMG. If you choose to connect your Facebook account the “Facebook” tab will appear if results “include matches from your friends’ name, photo albums, or album descriptions.” If a topic is trending the “Latest” tab will also appear.





Robyn Storms

Written by Robyn Storms

Robyn earned a degree in Public Relations from the University of Utah in 2004, and has since worked in various areas of marketing, media buying and public relations. Prior to working at SEO.com, Robyn worked at Axis41 in the Web marketing department handling all aspects of SEO and Internet marketing. She and her husband, Matt live in Sandy with their daughter, Harley and their dog, Kingston.

Let us improve your online marketing results

We have increased traffic, leads, and sales for well-known companies—including Dell, Mrs Fields Cookies, Hotels.com and H&R Block.

Plus for hundreds of local smaller companies like dentists, plumbers, dermatologists, etc.

Find out how to work with us  

Subscribe to Email Updates