Search words or images On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app . Open a webpage. Tap any word on a webpage to highlight it. Tap on the panel that shows up on the bottom of the page. You'll see search results for the words you highlighted.

Method 1 Searching on an Open Page Press. Ctrl + F ( Windows) or ⌘ Command + F ( Mac). ... Type the word that you want to find on the page. Your browser will find matches as you type. ... Cycle through the matches. Click the Next and Previous buttons in the Find box to cycle though the search results.

Firefox offers you the following different ways to search the contents of the current web page for text, words or links. 1] Click Ctrl+ F to open the Find in page bar, type the search phrase in it. Firefox will highlight the phrases if they are found. Use the Up / Down keys to browse the web page for the found phrase.

Select the text (or graphic) in your word document that you want to be a link. From the toolbar, select Insert > Hyperlink. This will open the " Insert Hyperlink" Window. In the window, select the type of hyperlink you want to create and paste or type in the web page address or email address.

Step 3: Content Optimization and Submission Create page titles. Keyword-based titles help establish page theme and direction for your keywords. Create meta tags. ... Place strategic search phrases on pages. ... Develop new sitemaps for Google and Bing. ... Submit website to directories (limited use).

Using the Edit Menu Click on Edit, then Find. Type the word, words, or partial word you are looking for in the space. From the drop-down arrow menu next to the text box, select Find Next in Current PDF. The next appearance of the word(s) you are looking for will be highlighted on your screen.

To search for words or phrases within the article you are viewing, do the following: Hold the Ctrl keyboard key and press the F keyboard key ( Ctrl+ F) or right-click (click the right mouse button) somewhere on the article and select Find (in this article).

An error occurred. Step 1: Go to Google.com. Duh. Step 2: Enter site:www.website.com search term into the search box.* * Pay attention to the subdomain (the letters that precede a domain name, like www., blog., or info.) you enter. ... Step 3: Refine your search.