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Google Chrome is an excellent web browser. Fast, standard compliant and innovative, it’s still missing one feature that you would expect from a Google browser: the all-useful “Search This Site” feature. With the new Search This Site Extension for Chrome, users can now search an entire web site from the comfort of their browser window. This is one Extension you just can’t do without

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  1. Mike says:

    Er… what about ‘find in page’… isn’t that the same?

  2. chromefun says:


  3. Freddy says:

    Why is Ctrl+F not good enough?

    This extension is kind of pointless.

  4. page says:

    ctrl+f searches text on the current page,

    this searches all the pages on the site with google.

  5. Anony-Moose says:

    The Ctrl-F function searches for text in the page that is currently opened. This extension allows you to search through a site’s search box.
    (e.g. Using this in Wikipedia would allow you to search for the particular page, not text on the current page)

  6. Vince says:

    Every queries i tries on google work fine (with the site: keyword) but that plugin redirect to webvolcanoob website wich give no result…

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