Google Custom Search Engine (CSE) 'designing look & feel with XML, and changes to hosted home page'

If you’ve deployed, Custom Search Engine, and choose to use home page that Google create automatically for every search engine. You'll notice few minor changes to the hosted home page. Hosted home page is also optimized for iPhone, iPod Touch and Android phones like Droid, Nexus One. URL of hosted home page looks like: http://www.google.com/cse/home?cx=013315504628135767172:d6shbtxu-uo. […]

If you’ve deployed, Custom Search Engine, and choose to use home page that Google create automatically for every search engine. You'll notice few minor changes to the hosted home page. Hosted home page is also optimized for iPhone, iPod Touch and Android phones like Droid, Nexus One. URL of hosted home page looks like: http://www.google.com/cse/home?cx=013315504628135767172:d6shbtxu-uo. You can get to this Google-hosted home page from the Custom Search control panel by clicking the name of your search engine. Also, “the context file of CSE, now has a richer look & feel section that lets you define the style of search box and search results of your CSE. You can choose different types of result presentation from Custom Search element and retrieve code for search box that you insert. You can control many attributes in the look and feel. All the attributes and child elements of LookAndFeel are documented in developer guide,” says Kevin.