Today CyberNet Technology News told about a new Google feature, a 'search site' box:
There may be times when you’re trying to find a page on a specific website but can’t find it for one reason or another. Thankfully there’s Google to help you search within a website so that you can easily find the page you’re looking for. Google has three different options available and each one is very simple to use but will help you find exactly what you’re looking for.
1. Look for the Search Box
This is the newest method available when you perform a search at Google.com. Google found that for certain websites, there are many visitors who usually end up wanting a refined search. One example is Microsoft. People may search Google for Microsoft and then once they click through to Microsoft’s site, they perform another search for what they’re looking for within the site. Now when you do a search for Microsoft at Google, you’ll see a search box right after the result where you can enter a term and search within Microsoft.com. A screenshot of this can be seen below:
When the result appears with a search box (remember, not all results will show the search box), you can enter in another search term (like Windows Vista) and Google will search only Microsoft for Windows Vista related pages.
Source: Thanks for the tip Yansky!
2) ... iPhone site:cybernetnews.com ...
3) ... (Advanced Search) ...
This box is almost genius, I think, because I could never remember what to type (iPhone site:cybernetnews.com) when I needed to perform such a search. But my problem is that I have not been able to get this search box to appear. I have a lot of addons and so on, so maybe they somehow are blocking it? Or more likely this feature is not yet available outside of USA? I will guess the last option. So I thought I would ask you guys to check if you can see such a box if you search Google for e.g. Microsoft Corporation, please?