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- martin pratt
October 29, 2004, 7:42 am
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I've finally figured out how to search only subdomains in Yahoo!, but
there's one thing I can't figure out. How do I write a query that will
AUTOMATICALLY bring up all results for the subdomain without me having
to click on "...show omitted results".
Take the following example:
hostname:www.imeche.org.uk inurl:events_research modern
Now, what this does initially is bring up the homepage for my site
(http://www.imeche.org.uk/events_research/index.asp ) where the keyword
"modern" can be found.
I initially thought that the query above would only return results for
the start page of the subdomain (in this case
events_research/index.asp), as this is the only page that is displayed
However, I noticed that you can expand results in Yahoo! (as in
"In order to show you the most relevant results, we have omitted some
entries very similar to the ones already displayed. If you like, you
can repeat the search with the omitted results included."
If I expand the results I now get every page in the subdomain
"events_research". Do you know of a way I can build the option to
show the omitted results from the outset, without having to click this