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Not every website got a search function. If you found an interesting site and want to explore more topics within that site, you can do it with the help of a search engine of your choice.
To scope your search result to the specified website, you prefix your search query with
site: followed by your website of interest.
site:target website search query
This example will return all posts about "Unit testing" from my site, https://sarunw.com/.
site:sarunw.com unit test
I hope this small trick will help you explore more interesting articles on a site that doesn't provide a search function.
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