Search any site you're on by the simple click of a button. The search is done not only on the 1 page you are viewing at the time you click as [Ctrl]+[F] does but instead Google is used to "site search" within ALL pages of the site. Search websites the easy way!
"表示のサイト内を検索します。 当サイトのように Google のサイト内検索ボックスがあるサイトでしたら サイトデーターを既に google に登録していますので、そちらを使う方がわかりやすいです。" (review from https://mikasaphp.net/chrome_extension2.html)
How to customize:
Right-click the extension's "search this site" button, in the menu that pops up, click on "Options". There you can:
● change the search engine that's used to search on domains from Google to Yahoo, Bing, or Yandex (a Russian search engine);
● set the button to directly open the search engine instead of a popup, and
● activate the feature to be able to search a domain from the context menu.
New in this version, version 5:
If you have Chrome version 26 or above, prefilling the search box with the text you selected on a page is enabled by default. This can be disabled in the extension's options.
New in version 4:
Your settings are now synced across your computers.
New in version 3:
Added an option to make the popup look like the one from the "Search within the site" extension, i.e. in it you can choose between subsites.
New in version 2:
An option that the search box will be filled with your text selection.
For Firefox, install the add-on "Site Searcher" from
Recommended to use with Search the current site:
Google Quick Scroll -
"After you click on a Google search result, Quick Scroll may appear on the bottom-right corner of the page, showing one or more bits of text from the page that are relevant to your query. Clicking on the text will take you to that part of the page."
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"search this site pro"