Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by radkappe, Nov 3, 2010.
Is it possible with some Google Hack to search in source code of the page? (HTML)
I would also like to know this.. can be very useful
Normally google will not index anything in the source code, but certain elements are indexed.
For example title tags of all elements are indexed and alt tags of image elements are indexed too.
Wouldn't it be cool to search for nofollow through scrapebox to sort them out in advance? *dreamin* hehe
I don't know if this is exactly what you are looking for but it is a place to start. It is a great resource from google. IT is only for gpl source code listings but you can find great source under these types of areas.
Thanks. I knew this one before.
I am actually trying to search through scrapebox for a custom source code footprint, so this isn't exactly what I meant.
I wrote a python script that does this, it goes through every page in the search result and scan it. It's multi-threaded so it can scan hundreds of pages in a few seconds, depending on bandwidth and cpu power.
This sounds cool. Would you mind sharing a copy with me?
It seems "source code" you mean "html source code"?
If so, as far as I know, it's impossible.
The only site I've found that offers an HTML source code search service is Globalogiq. Its not free but they do offer a free demo. Their index isn't as extensive as Google's but it works well for my purposes.
Any New Solution around this?
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