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If you re not sure how to spell a word, or if you want to search for all words with a common root, AltaVista lets you use wildcards to substitute for any missing or questionable letters. Just use an asterisk (*) to stand in for the letters you don t know and AltaVista will search for pages that match all permutations of your wildcard-enabled keyword. Let s look at how this works. The simplest use of the wildcard is when you want to search for both plural and singular forms of a word. Say you want to search for either one shoe or multiple shoes. Use the asterisk wildcard like this: shoe*. AltaVista will return pages that contain either the word shoe or the word shoes. Because the wildcard can stand in for multiple missing letters, you can also use the wildcard to search for all alternate word forms. Let s say you want to search for table, tablet, and tabular. Enter tab* and all these words will be returned.
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You can also use the wildcard in the middle of words. For example, if you re not sure whether to use the British or the English spelling of the word color, enter col*r; AltaVista will return both color and colour. (Because the wildcard stands in for one or more unknown letters, this query also returns the word columnar. )
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AltaVista offers a number of keyword operators you can use to narrow your search in various ways. The first operators we ll look at help you narrow your search to pages hosted on a particular Web site or in a specific domain. You use the domain: operator to restrict your search to a specified domain. Just enter the operator followed by the domain like this: domain:name. So, for example, if you want to restrict your search to sites in the .edu domain you enter domain:edu. You use the host: operator to restrict your search to a specific Web site or server, using the same syntax. So if you want to restrict your search to the CNN.com Web site, for example, you enter host:www.cnn.com.
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The next operators define where on a page AltaVista will search for your key words. You use the url: operator to restrict the search to a page s URL, the anchor: operator to restrict the search to the word or phrase within the text of a hyperlink, and the text: operator to restrict the search to the body text of the Web page itself. So to search for URLs that contain the word brown, you enter url:brown; to search for hyperlinks that contain the word brown, enter anchor:brown; and to search for Web pages that contain the word brown (but not in the URL or link text), enter text:brown.
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If you find a relevant Web page, it s sometimes useful to search for other pages that are in some way similar to that page. AltaVista lets you do this by using the like: operator. Just enter the operator followed by the first page s URL like this: like:url. For example, if you want to search for pages similar to the Weather.com home page, you d enter like:www.weather.com.
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Secret #219: Search for Pages That Include a Specific Image
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Here s an interesting one: suppose you want to search for Web pages that con tain a specific image file. All you have to do is use AltaVista s image: operator followed by the image s full file name. For example, if you re looking for pages that contain a flower.jpg file you enter image:flower.jpg.
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