Top 10 things hacker should know about google

top 10 google hacks

1.  site:google.com Query

It  restricts results to sites within the specified domain. For Example : site : google.com coder will find all sites containing the word coder, located within the *.google.com(* means anything.google.com) domain.

2. intitle :Query

It restricts results to documents whose title contains the specified phrase. For Example : intitle : Hacking  Tutorial will find all sites with the word Hacking  in the title and  in Tutorial the text.

3. Allintitle:Query

It restricts results to documents whose title contains all the specified phrases. For ExampleAllintitle : seo Tools  will find all sites with the words seo and tools in the title, and it is equivalent to intitle : seo intitle:Tools.

4. inurl:Query

It restricts results to sites whose URL contains the specified phrase. For Example : inurl:java Hacks start will find all sites containing the word Java  in the text and Hacks in the URL.

5. Allinurl:Query

It restricts results to sites whose URL contains all the specified phrases. For Example :Allinurl:Java Hacks will find all sites with the words java and hacks in the URL, so it's equivalent to inurl:Java inurl:Hacks.

6. Filetype:File Extension

It restricts results to documents of the specified type. For Example : Filetype:pdf  java will return PDFs containing the word Java, while filetype:xls Java will return Excel spreadsheets with the word Java.

7. Numrange

It restricts results to documents containing a number from the specified range. For Example : Numrange : 1-70 Java will return sites containing a number from 1 to 70 and the word Java. The same result can be achieved with 1..70 java.

8. link:sitename

It restricts results to sites containing links to the specified location. For Example : link : www.google.com will return documents containing one or more links to www.google.com.

9. ianchor : Query

It restricts results to sites containing links with the specified phrase in their descriptions. For Example : inanchor : java will return documents with links whose description contains the word java (that's the actual link text, not the URL indicated by the link).

10. allintext: "Phrase"

It restricts results to documents containing the specified phrase in the text, but not in the title, link descriptions or URLs. For Example :  allintext:"coder 22" will return documents which contain the phrase coder 22 in their text only.

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+Phrase

It specifies that a phrase should occur frequently in results. For Example : +java will order results by the number of occurrences of the word java.

-Phrase

it specify that a phrase must not occur in results.For Example :  -googlehacks will return documents that don't contain the word googlehacks.

"Phrase"

it delimiters for entire search phrases (not single words). For Example : "Top 10 things hacker should know about google" will return documents containing the phrase  Top 10 things hacker should know about google .

Query1.Query2

It is wildcard for a single character.For Example :  google.hacks will return documents containing the phrases google hacks, googleAhacks, google1hacks, google-hacks etc.

Query1*Query2

It is wildcard for a single word.For Example : google * hacks will return documents containing the phrases google the hacks, google in hacks, google or hacks etc.

| logical OR

For Example : "Coder 22" | coder22 will return documents containing the phrase coder 22 or the word coder22.

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