Search inside websites directly from Google Chrome’s address bar

Last Updated On : Tuesday, December 24, 2013
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Recently i am posting more tutorials/tips on Google Chrome. Chrome is one of the top browser and it has many features in it. To add more i always prefer Google Chrome as my default browser. One of the feature in Google chrome is you can search directly within any website from the address bar. Today i have a tutorial on how to Search Directly within a Website from Address Bar in Google Chrome.

How To Steps:

1. Open Google Chrome.

2. Now in the address bar type the website name. For E.g., I’m typing twitter.com in my chrome address bar as shown in the screenshot.

3. Once type the website name you can see the “Press Tab to search Twitter” option in the right corner of the address bar.

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4. Now press “Tab” key. Now the address bar changed with “Search twitter” and prompts for the keyword to search inside twitter.com

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5. Type the keyword and press enter. You get the twitter search results of your keyword.

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Note : This option will works only if the website is optimized for the Google Chrome’s Omnibox tab feature.