local_results not being parsed on certain searches
On certain searches, typically searches where the local_results are beneath other google elements, the local_results and local_results.places are not being parsed. Here is an example search https://serpapi.com/searches/a2dcf06e296d494e/61f2646137b24a9905c37dc1.json If you look at the related HTML https://serpapi.com/searches/a2dcf06e296d494e/61f2646137b24a9905c37dc1.html the local_results are present on the page, but are not included in the search result JSON Image is attached for reference
[Website] Typo in user avatar tooltip
The tooltip says "Run out of searches", it should say "Ran out of searches".
Wrong location when searching google images
Attempted to search from Florida, location on raw_html_file shows california.
Google Search API inline_video_carousels Missing First Channel Link
One of our users report that inline_video_carousels first link is parsed incorrectly. My assumption is that some layout change because whole x-ray is broken when you pick this part. Another part of the page is parsed instead of this link. The Playground: https://serpapi.com/playground?q=addison+rae&location=Austin%2C+Texas%2C+United+States&gl=us&hl=en Inspect: https://serpapi.com/searches/6213c8b749ecdb4f6252bde7/inspect The screenshot:
Google Scholar Author Articles API extracting articles in reverse order
In the Playground, everything seems to be correct but in the Python package when parsing with and without pagination, articles are parsed in the wrong order (more one the screenshots). For example, the first article appears last or the last article appears first when parsing. I'm using the latest version (2.4.1) and not using anything related to sorting. A guess: this behavior might be caused by recent articles pagination bug fix . Another guess was in the if statement: if "next" in results.get("serpapi_pagination", ) was somehow messing up the behavior, but even without pagination as said above, the article's order was out of order.
date missing from top_stories
date (e.g. "2 hours ago") is not being returned in "top_stories" at the moment (it used to be).
Baidu Search API get_html but return json
I use the python sdk and try to get original html but it return json string
Baidu Search API param "lm" not work
as the doc, param "lm" should limit the time period of search results, but it seems not work