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AlltheWeb
Instructions, FAQs, and Query Language Guide
http://www.alltheweb.com/help/faqs/query_language#2
AlltheWeb’s instructions, FAQs, and a query language guide on how to create a Boolean query (customized) for your search. Topics include the use of special characters and the search results you will receive when using these characters. There is an explanation on how AlltheWeb uses your keyword(s) to search and what will be reported. The charts show the special characters (such as double quotes) and example of what the search should look like and an example of the results that are generated using these characters. In addition, there is a Boolean chart that shows how to use AND, OR and NOT and the results that are generated when you use them.
AlltheWeb Homepage
http://www.alltheweb.com
AlltheWeb home page. Tabs enable you to select the type of search you want to conduct (e.g., web, news, pictures, video and audio). Use the advanced search to specify how conduct your search. Advanced search options include Search For (select either “all of the words,” “any of the words,” or “the exact phrase”), Boolean (allows you to create your own query), Language (allows you to select the language your results will be written in, i.e., English, Word Filters (enables you to select text to either be included or excluded from the search, and where to it is located, i.e., “in the title” or “in the text”),  Domain Filters (enables to include or exclude certain domains, i.e., .edu, or indicate a graphic location anywhere in the world), Date (enables you to indicate a date range starting before or after a specific date you have entered), Presentation (lets you select the number of results you want on a page i.e., 10, 25, etc.), and you can save your settings for use in the future. News search options include Search For (select either “all of the words,” “any of the words,” or “the exact phrase” and “anywhere in the article,” “in the headline of the article,” or “in the URL of the article”), Language (allows you to specify the language the results are written in), News Sources (allows you to select topics such as “Business,” “Technology,” etc.), Domain Filters (enables to include or exclude certain domains, i.e., .edu from your search), Location (allows you to indicate a particular area such as city, state or country), Source (allows you to indicate the source of your search such as a specific newspaper), Found (will let you set a time frame from “anytime” to pages that were indexed more recently), Presentation (lets you select the number of results you want on a page i.e., 10, 25, etc.), and Sort Results (“Relevance” or “Date”) and you can save your setting for future searches. For Picture searches the advanced options include Search For, File Format (include “All Formats,” “.jpeg,” “.gif,” and “.bmp”), Image Type (include “All Types,” “Color,” “Grayscale,” or “Line Art”), Background (includes “Transparent” or Non-Transparent”), and the Offensive Content Filter (either “On” or “Off” to filter for adult content). Video advanced search options include Search For, Formats (options are “All,” “AVI,” “AVI/DivX,” “MPEG,” “Real,” or “QuickTime”), Streams or Downloads (options are either “Downloads Only” or “Streams Only”), and the Offensive Content Filter (either “On” or “Off” to filter for adult content).

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Update :: December 16, 2017