Most of the websites have a search box that provides a site-wide search capability for visitors quickly to find out the information they are looking for. But what if you are on a website that doesn’t have a search box? How do you perform the search to find what you are looking for?
Here is a trick that comes to rescue. As long as the site is indexed by one of the major search engines, like Google, Bing, or DuckDuckGo, you will be able to use this trick to quickly find what you are looking for.
The trick is to use a search syntax like this:
So, for example, if I want to find articles about Microsoft Edge on this website, I can simply type the following to the search box on Google.
Microsoft Edge site:edgetalk.net
This trick works on Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, and others, though, the result may be slightly different.
It makes searching for anything on the web easier — all you need to know are the keywords and the domain name which might be able to provide relevant information on the topic.