In general, the type of search on Google there are two: Basic Search and Advanced Search. Basic Search is a search feature that is common when we use the direct access google.com.
Meanwhile, Advanced Search provides a wide selection of good search feature for the operator basis, a file format that we want to find, language, region, etc..
Actually there are very many search features that we can use, but is not available in the Advanced Search menu option. In other words we have to incorporate the query in the search form on the Basic Search directly. Well game this query and search operators that actually we will discuss in this article.
BASIC FEATURES SEARCH
1. AND: Looking for information that contain both search terms. Can use one of the following three alternatives:
AND Jepara carving
Jepara carving +
2. OR: Looking for information containing either of the two words. Can use one of two alternatives follows:
know OR Tempe
know | Tempe
3. Phrase: Search for information containing the search phrase using the mark ". " Example:
4. NOT: The search results contain that word in front, but not the behind the minus (-). The example below will find information that contain the word fish but not the banding.
5. Synonyms (~): Searching for the word and its synonyms-synonyms. The example below will bring the search results: vehicle (car) and the synonym-synonyms.
6. Asterisk (*): Character replacement words. From the example below, the results obtained can: spicy grilled chicken, spicy fried chicken, cooked spicy chicken, etc.
spicy chicken *
7. SIGNS POINT (.): Character replacement letters, numbers and single character. From the example below, the results obtained can be: coffee, chef, scores, etc.
8. Case insensitive: Search on Google considers capital and not capital as something similar. So, Romi satria Wahono, Romi Satria Wahono, or Romi SATRIA Wahono will bring the same results
9. NEGLIGENCE WORD: Google ignores the keyword in the form of single characters and words: a, about, an, and, are, as, at, b, by, from, how, i, ins, is, it, of, on, or , That, the, this, to, We, what, Pls, Nowhere, the which, with. If we still want the search word, can by using the + character in front of the search (example: Star Wars Episode + I), or it could be to regard it as a phrase (example: "Star Wars Episode I")
10. I'm Feeling Lucky: It would take us straight to the first results of our query
ADVANCED SEARCH FEATURE
1. DEFINE: Finding the definition of a term. From the example below, the results obtained are various definitions of e-learning from various sources
2. CACHE: Showing a web site that has been indexed by Google, although no longer active. The example below will generate a word search on the site ilmukomputer.com php in Google's index.
cache: ilmukomputer.com php
3. LINK: Displays a list of links that point to a site. The example below will display a list of links that lead to sites ilmukomputer.com
4. RELATED: Displays a list of similar sites, similar or have a relationship with a site
5. INFO: Displays the information that Google know about a site
6. SITE: Displays specific search on a site designated
java site: ilmukomputer.com
7. Filetype: Displays search results in the form of a type (extension) a specific file. The file types that can be searched are: doc, xls, rtf, swf, ps, LWP, wri, ppt, pdf, mdb, txt, etc.. The example below will display the search results in the form of PDF files that contain the keyword software engineering
software engineering filetype: pdf
8. Allintitle: Displays all the search terms in the TITLE page. The example below will produce a page that has the title of java programming. allintitle can not be combined with operator (syntax) other. Use the intitle for it.
allintitle: java programming
9. Intitle: Displays a search term in the TITLE page. The example below will produce a page that has java title and content pages containing the word enterprise
intitle: java enterprise
10. Allinurl: Displays all the search terms in the URL. The example below will generate a list of URLs that contain the word java and programming. allinurl can not be combined with operator (syntax) other. Use the inurl for this purpose.
allinurl: java programming
11. Inurl: Displays a search term in the URL. The example below will generate a list of URLs that contain the word java and content pages containing the word enterprise
inurl: java enterprise
Search for what we do will be more effective if we try to incorporate some of the existing operators in the basic or advanced search features. For example, we want to find PDF files that exist on the site www.pdii.lipi.go.id. Then we combine the two operators to:
filetype: pdf site: www.pdii.lipi.go.id