When developing blogs or sites on WordPress, we often have to search for information or need help solving a problem, and in those times many of us turn to Google. Did you know that Google has zillions of ways that you can focus your searches and make them even better? The major drawback is that you have to remember zillions of queries in order to do that, and in the end it’s just so much easier to do a regular search and see what you get.
That’s when Advanced Dork Firefox Add-on comes to the rescue! All you have to do is right-click it in Firefox, and you get a whole myriad of Google search options.
Here’s what the download page says about the Add-on:
Advanced Dork: Main Functions:
- Highlight any text, right click, and choose from over 15 Advanced Google Operators. This function can be disabled in the options menu.
- Right click anywhere on the page with no text selected to be provided with the active pages HTML title for use with Google’s intitle Operator, and the active pages HTML ALT tags for use with Google’s allintext Operator. This function can be disabled in the options menu.
- Right click on a link and choose from site: links domain, link: this link, and cache: this link. Site: links domain will only search the domain name, not the full url.
- Right click the URL Bar (aka Address Bar) and choose from site, inurl, link, and cache. Inurl works with the highlighted portion of text only. Site will only search the domain name, not the full url.
Sound good? Visit the Advanced Dork download page to learn more and get the Add-on.