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Domain searches using the ‘site’ operator
1 February 2007

The site operator can be expanded to search out entire domains. For example:
site:gov secret
This query searches every web site in the .gov domain for the word ‘secret’. Notice that
the site operator works on addresses in reverse. For example, Google expects the site
operator to be used like this:
Google would not necessarily expect the site operator to be used like this:
The reason for this is simple. ‘Cia’ and ‘www’ are not valid top-level domain names. This
means that as of this writing, Internet names may not end in ‘cia’ or ‘www’.


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