Google Site Search Change

By Deane Barker on January 25, 2004

Google has a made a subtle but big change with site searches. You can now do a “site” search with no keywords and Google will return all pages in its index for that site. Here’s one for this site, though I’m curious how Google thinks it has 7,170 pages.

You used to have to enter a keyword, so Google would search the site for that word. This is a handy way to check that a site is in the Google index.



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