Do websites have page numbers?
If it is your own site, it is easy to find the number of pages by looking into your CMS. If the site isn’t yours, at that point you may get estimated pages with some tips.
How do you search within a page?
Press. Ctrl + F (Windows) or ⌘ Command + F (Mac). This will open the “Find” box in virtually any browser. This command can also be found in the Edit menu in Internet Explorer, or in the ☰ menu in Chrome and Firefox.
Can I search a website for a particular word?
To search for a particular word or phrase at the time of surfing on the pages, one can use the Find Word function of the browsers or one can use the Google web spider. The search for the word Command or Ctrl+F can be done on Chrome, IE, Microsoft Edge, Opera, and Safari.
How do I search for keywords?
To see what type of keywords users are searching for to find your website, pop over to Google Search Console > Search Traffic > Search Analytics. Once you’re here, you’ll see a list of keywords that are getting some traction for you.
How do I search for multiple keywords?
In the bottom, you can select the field to search. Select Subject, then under Condition: select Contains and Value will be the word you’re searching for, in this case, Test. Click Add to List and repeat for other keywords you want to search. Click the Find Now button to search for the emails you need.