users to specify the kind of site desired or the part of
a Web site that should match the search term(s) entered.
for a home page on the Black Death?
Home page=title:Black Death
that there is no space between title: and subject).
typical Web page is divided into fields: title, domain, host
(or site), URL, and link. Do you want pages primarily about
civil defense? It's quite likely that the important words describing
the subject you are researching will appear within its title. So
try this strategy.
In Google use allintitle:"Civil
you can limit your query to sites with a particular top-level domain. Click
here to review top level domains.
domain:edu AND "Adam Smith"
AND "The Wealth of Nations"
you want information that resides on a particular computer or
server, you can do a host or
site search. Get pages hosted by Moravian by typing
you are looking for a specific file, and that file is not part
of the host site's URL, you may find it by doing a URL
search. The following search will return sites in which the filename
Reeves is incorporated into a URL.
you have a Web page and you would like to know who is linking
to it, or if you would like to see who is linking to a particular
page of interest, you can do a link
search. For example, you can retrieve
pages with links to Moravian's Home page by typing the following:
. Advanced Searching . Refining
a Search . Boolean
Searching AND/OR. Boolean
NOT/Truncation . Phrase
Searching/Capitalization . Field