To search for information quickly and precisely, there are so-called Google search operators. These are special commands and character sets that narrow down the selection by the right criteria, reducing the time it takes to find information.
Google search commands
1. intext: – searches for pages with a certain word in the text
Google command displays pages that contain the specified word in the text (or one of the query words)
2. allintext: searches only pages that contain a phrase that exactly matches the query
Google will first search pages which contain text that exactly matches the query, and then pages that contain at least one of the words from the query
*This operator does not always work correctly, so it is used less often than intext:
3.intitle: – a list of resources with a specific word in the title
The operator outputs pages containing the specified word (phrase) in the header. If there is more than one word in the query, the order of words in the results may not match the query
4. site: – searches for pages of a particular site
Google will only show pages that contain the exact phrase
5. cache: – shows the current page cache
Allows you to see the actual cache of the site page in Google Cach. This is to see if the search engine has had time to see the changes made to the page.