On 22-Jul-2014 15:38 -0500, Buck Calabro wrote:
On 7/22/2014 4:22 PM, MichaelQuigley@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Does google allow a limiting a search to something like 'site:
http://wiki.midrange.com/index.php/WDSC'? I don't know if that
would even really help as the results I would be looking for might
be under something else, but tagged with the category WDSC.

I'll tinker but I don't think so.

I am not sure that would work for the effect of a .php app generally, rather than what is available iwth static named location\pages. But seeing that the layout of the pages appears to follow that same naming convention, then *if* there is a topic named WDSC, then the following _site_ predicate on the search would function as expected:

In fact, searching just that predicate yields the following on the presented search-results page:

_WDSC/Plugin - MidrangeWiki_
Nov 30, 2013 - Plug-ins for WDSC: See also Plugin_development.
A plug-in is an add-on piece of software that extends the base
functionality of Eclipse.

FWiW: I have often used the "site:" to search the archives by month; e.g. shown below... the first predicate searches just the one month of the midrange-l archive, February 2014, while the second predicate searches the entire midrange-l archive:



And to search any of the list archives generally, irrespective of date: site:archive.midrange.com

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