But that is still pretty limited, as if the term you are looking for isn't part of the title of an article, or in the specific article you are looking at, Find will draw a blank.
Just go to the website you want to search (such as www.anapsid.org), click the button, then select Current Site from the drop-down menu. The following will then appear in the Google search window:
Just type in your search term(s) after that, like this
then hit your Enter key or Google's Google "Search This Site" button (), and the webpages with those keywords/search terms in that site will be returned. If you put the search terms in front of the site:www.anapsid.org, it will work, too.
If you click the Google highlighter button on Google's toolbar, your keywords will be highlighted when you click into look at the individual webpages Google found for you. In the example above, "estrogen dominance" will be highlighted in one color, as one phrase. But if you had typed in estrogen dominance, without the quotes, estrogen would appear in yellow, dominance in blue.
Is that cool or what?!
For more information on Google's downloadable toolbar, please go to toolbar.google.com.
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