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Google operator to search according to HTML source of webpage

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by sandesh_007, Apr 7, 2010.

  1. sandesh_007

    sandesh_007 Regular Member

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    We all know the google operators like allinanchor, allintext,inurl to search using different kinds.

    Does anybody know any operator or make any such program where we can search according to html source of a webpage.
     
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  3. vloza

    vloza Registered Member

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    As iglow said there is no operator to search in the html code. But google does index some tags you can search for.

    For example Alt, title attributes and the text inside noscript and object tags are indexed
     
  4. sandesh_007

    sandesh_007 Regular Member

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    Google only recognizes html source except java scripts and images (which are indexed using alt attribute). I mean google bots index the content through your html source and user sees it without html source. correct me if i am wrong.
     
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    sandesh_007 Regular Member

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    That's good idea. but is there any tool which can search simultaneously for these URL's source code.
     
  6. dnreg

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    There isn't a search engine like what you want, unfortunately. Opera started a project called MAMA a couple years ago for this purpose, but as far as I can tell it's not been released to the public.