Match words in a title | Multiple Searches | Avoid common words
Use only the exact words | Search a single site
Match words in a title (prefix word with
If you want to search for web page titles that contain your search
term(s), first type t:. For example,
if you want to find all pages which have the word horse
in the title, type t:horse. You also
can simultaneously search for words in a title and words in the text of a page. For
example, if you want to find all of the pages with the word horse
in the title and quarter in the text
of the web page, type quarter t:horse.
Avoid common words
Common words can cause EZResult to take longer to return your search
results when used in combination with other words. Some very common words such as you, the,
and when are not indexed.
You can perform multiple searches simultaneously by
separating each search with |. For
example, you can search for shareware
and separately search for freeware by
entering shareware | freeware.
Use only the exact words (append a
If you want to search for an exact word, append a period(.) to the
end of the word. For example, if you want to find all pages which only have the word dating rather than date,
dating, and dated,
. You also can simultaneously search for words that are exact and words that are not.
Search a single site (prefix domain with
You can search all of the pages within a web site by entering the
domain name preceded by d:. For
example, you can find all of the pages associated with yoursite.com
by searching d:yoursite.com.