Google - just curious.

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Why do search listings on Google sometimes have an item, then have
exactly the same item immediately following it but indented?  It would
seem to be a waste of bandwidth and screen space.


Re: Google - just curious.

muncher wrote in

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The indented listing is another page, from the same site as the un-indented
main reference, that is also relevant to that search.

Sometimes there are multiple indented secondary references but these are
often excluded - you can usually see them by selecting the option at the
bottom of the Google listing: "In order to show you the most relevant
results, we have omitted some entries very similar to the 10 already
displayed. If you like, you can repeat the search with the omitted results

Adding &filter=0 to the end of the search results URL will have the same

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