Allinurl is a command used in search engines like Google to get only results that contain a certain sequence of words in their URL contained. This command is also called "URL-Search" designated.
An advantage of Allinurl is that it provides very precise results. Since it only returns results from search engines that use a certain sequence of words in the URL it's much easier to find exactly what you're looking for. This means that you spend less time googling through irrelevant content.
A disadvantage of Allinurl is that it doesn't provide very many results. For example, if you search for a specific URL searches that contain many different keywords, you might not find them all.
Allinurl can be useful in various situations. For example, it can be used to make sure that you go to the correct web page. It is also possible to find specific content by typing a single command.
2 detailed examples
Example 1: If you are looking for a specific URL with the word "golf", you can search the Allinurl-command "allinurl:golf". This will only give you results that contain the word golf in their URL contain
Example 2: If you are looking for a specific web page, you can use the command "allinurl:name of the website.com". This will only give you results for that particular website.
Allinurl is a useful tool to find results that match a certain word sequence in its URL contain. It saves a lot of time, since you have to search through less irrelevant content. However, it may not return all the results if you search for a particularly long URL searches. However, it is a useful tool to find specific results.« Back to Glossary Index