You can add a speech recognition search box to your website and facilitate your visitors to search more comfortably. Unfortunately this feature which uses HTML5 speech input tags works only in webkit rendering engine enabled browsers like Google Chrome v.11 or higher. But we hope this useful feature will be a built-in facility of all browsers by default in the near future.
Add speech recognition to your existing search box
It’s really simple. To add a speech recognition search box to a website, simply add x-webkit-speech=’true’ to your search box code like this.
<form id="tt_search" method="get" action="http://www.google.com/search">
class="tt_search_input" name="q" size="21" maxlength="120">
<input type="submit" value="search" class="tt_search_button">
Well, that’s all. However, you can use this with any input field. Try it. You can see a live preview as this site’s search box.