balacobaco
I use the HTML only (no Javascript) version of Duckduckgo. I prefer that kind of page results because it's faster, much much lighter than DDG normal page.

https://duckduckgo.com/html/

I have also used this URL to make my browsers' setting to use Duckduckgo the way I prefer it. It's perfect for me! :)

And you might be interested in knowing that I don't remember seeing any instant answers with images or videos in it.

I would also like, very much, that all options would be accessible through URL parameters. But, in case they deny that or it takes time, you have a last resort alternative, I think.
posted by balacobaco 2 years and 1 month ago Link

balacobaco
In fact, the URL I use in my browser, if any one cares about it, is:

https://duckduckgo.com/html/?q=%s

where "%s" will be whatever I type. This URL will be a GET request - not a POST request, that happens when we type in the Duckduckgo input, in the search page. I prefer GET because it is easierly kept in my browsers' history. :)
posted by balacobaco 2 years and 1 month ago Link
anothernewphone
Whoa, that HTML page is severely outdated! Time for an update!
posted by anothernewphone Staff2 years and 1 month ago Link
balacobaco
Outdated!? I don't think, so. Why do you say that?

I would like the HTML page to have some possibilities that the team have made only for JS-enabled, and unnecessarily. But that's all, or so I guessed...

If you want to update it, but keep it working with all it needs now, it would be great!
posted by balacobaco 2 years and 1 month ago Link
anothernewphone
I was referring to the logo - it's pretty old and our new one is simpler :)
posted by anothernewphone Staff2 years and 1 month ago Link