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Saturday, September 15, 2012

Simple In-Site Search Using Google Chrome

Okay, I don't know about you, but as soon as I placed my grubby little mitts on that beautiful little thing called Google Chrome, there wasn't a ActiveX site or Firefox plug-in alive that would tempt me back to those other dinosaurs.

Now that I've pissed off any non-Chrome users around, I'll share with you a neat little tip I stumbled upon this morning by accident...

In the Chrome url/search bar, if you type in a popular website, then press Space, then enter a search term, it will perform an in-site search for you.

In fact, if you start typing the name of a popular website, then press Tab, it will complete the site AND allow you to perform an in-site search.

Detailed instructions below...


Step 1: Start typing name of a site, let's say, that shining Swedish champion of free internet... and porn.

Step 2: Press Tab (seriously it even tells you to on the right hand side)

Step 3: Enter the name of completely atrocious film that you'll download because it has a tonne of seeders and hopefully never watch.

Step 4: Results!

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