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Getting started with Programmable Search Engine

Update sites in your search engine

Adding and excluding pages or sites from your search engine.

Include sites in your search engine:

  1. From the list of search engines, select the search engine you want to edit.
  2. Under Overview, scroll down to Sites to search, click Add.
  3. Enter the site/sites you want to add (you can enter a list of sites, one per line. Each line doesn’t need a delimiter at the end). See the table below "More on URL patterns" section if you aren't sure which one you want. Note: if the site you entered doesn't match a single page, our system will convert it into a correct url pattern format to match all URLs under the site.
  4. Click Save.

Exclude sites from your search engine:

  1. From the list of search engines, select the search engine you want to edit.
  2. Under Overview, scroll down to Sites to exclude, click Add.
  3. Enter the site/sites you want to exclude (you can enter a list of sites, one per line. Each line doesn’t need a delimiter at the end). See the table below "More on URL patterns" section if you aren't sure which one you want. Note: if the site you entered doesn't match a single page, our system will convert it into a correct url pattern format to match all URLs under the site.
  4. Click Save.

More on URL patterns:

You can use URL patterns to specific part or all of a site at once, without having to list out all of the possible pages individually.

  • Entire domain If you want to include everything on a domain in your search results, enter the domain as *.mysite.com/*. This will include any pages in the domain, for example blog.mysite.com and www.mysite.com
  • Entire site If you want to include an entire site, specify the site followed by a wildcard pattern. For example, www.mysite.com/* will include all content on www.mysite.com, but not content on blog.mysite.com
  • Parts of a site If you want to include specific parts of a site, use a URL pattern to specify which part of the site you want to include. For example, www.mysite.com/*dogs will match any URLs that start with www.mysite.com/ and contain the word "dogs," such as www.mysite.com/dogs.html and www.mysite.com/lots-of-dogs.html. On the other hand, www.mysite.com/dogs/* will only include pages that start with www.mysite.com/dogs/. It would not match www.mysite.com/dogs.html. 
  • Single pages If you want to include specific pages, you can use the page's URL. For example, you can specify www.mysite.com/mypage.html to include the contents of mypage.html in your search results.

More detailed examples are included in this table:

Pattern Description Matches Does not match
www.example.com/ Matches a single page www.example.com/
example.com/
host.example.com
www.example.com/stamps
www.example.com/* Matches all URLs beginning with www.example.com or example.com www.example.com
www.example.com/stamps
example.com/stamps
host.example.com/
host.example.com/stamps
www.example.com/*kites Matches all URLs that begin with www.example.com/ or example.com/ and contain the word "kites" www.example.com/kites.html
www.example.com/kites/page2.html
www.example.com/funwithkites.html
www.example.com
www.example.com/stamps
www.example.com/product.asp*cat=Elec Matches all URLs that begin with www.example.com/product.asp and contain the term 'cat=Elec' www.example.com/product.asp?sku=20283&cat=Elec www.example.com
www.example.com/stamps
www.example.com/*kites*fly Matches all URLs that begin with www.example.com/and contain the words "kites" and "fly" ww.example.com/kites/howto/fly.html
www.example.com/fly/howto/kites.html
www.example.com/kites/help.html
www.example.com/help/fly.html
*.example.com/* Matches all sub-domains under example.com www.example.com/stamps
host.parent.example.com/kites
example.com/kites/fly.html
example.host.com

 

Note: URL patterns are case-sensitive.

Note: Maximum number of patterns per search engine is 5000. Tip: If you find your search engine outgrowing the large 5,000-site limit, consider consolidating individual URLs into URL patterns as explained above.

You may want to augment your results with general Web Search results. This includes results from anywhere on the web, but places emphasis on your personalized results. This way, even if they search for content that isn't on your site, they can find useful results. Note that results may not match the results you'd get by searching on Google Web Search.

To set an existing search engine to search the entire web: 

  1. From the list of search engines, select the search engine you want to edit. 
  2. Under Overview, scroll down to Search features. Beside Augment results, Toggle On or Off to enable or disable Search the entire web
  3. Selecting On will augment your results with general Web Search results. Selecting Off will limit your results only to the sites you specified. 

 

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