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allinurl: search What does this show? Gmorgan msg:158279 1:13 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0) When I do an 'allinurl: search in google it's only returning a handful of pages from my site.
Does this get google to search through all available pages of the site or is it only displaying ones it has already indexed?
DRGather msg:158280 1:43 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)
Pages in the index. If you're missing pages in there then the Gbot missed them last time through. Why it missed them is another story entirely... ciml msg:158281 1:43 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)
It may be that some of your pages are too similar for the search to list them. If that's the case, try adding &filter=0 to the Google results page URL. Gmorgan msg:158282 4:27 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)
the site has recently been updated. Is it likely that after the next googlebot visit that the results will be quite different?
GoogleGuy msg:158283 4:51 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)
allinurl:A B C means that the words A, B, and C all have to occur in the url. To see how pages from a particular site, I often use site:domain.com domain but there's lots of similar things you can use with site:. inurl: and allinurl: doesn't guarantee that the pages all come from your site though, if that makes sense. I'd use site: instead. Dayo_UK msg:158284 5:00 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)
allinurl: doesn't guarantee that the pages all come from your site though, if that makes sense. I'd use site: instead.
For a good example of this do an allinurl on webmasterworld - note that the other sites contain the words www, webmasterworld and com in the url - The . seems to act as a seperator
site: www.domain.com - gtkng, however does not always seem to display all pages (eg I know my site has pages indexed by Google that are not *displayed* in the site search)