A toolbar button to search all pages of any website using Google.
Chinese translation partly by:
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!
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 - Get it from: