I just want to share a tip to make a dedicated web-search using a keyword pretty convenient when using firefox.
I found this article on https://www.howtogeek.com/722801/how-to-do-an-instant-site-search-with-a-keyword-in-firefox/ .
You´re presently on ANY itsfoss.community page and you decide you want to look for any articles containing the topic of “RAM” which appear here.
So you´d basically just have to type
cs RAM in the address bar and the result of
RAM site:itsfoss.community will be presented.
cs is just the mnemonic shortcut keyword; you can choose any other of your liking).
You may choose Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo as search engines.
Let´s take DuckDuckGo as an example.
I´m taking the liberty of quoting from the above-mentioned source:
First, open a Firefox window and bookmark any site by pressing Ctrl+D (on Windows and Linux) or Command+D (on Mac). Name the bookmark something distinctive, like “Site Search Shortcut,” so that you can easily find it in your bookmarks library. Then click “Done.”
Next, open the Bookmarks sidebar by pressing Ctrl+B . Locate the bookmark that you just created and then right-click it in the sidebar list and select “Properties.”
A Properties window for the bookmark will appear. In the “Location:” field, paste this:
After that, click the “Keyword” field and type “cs” (for “current site”) or another mnemonic shortcut keyword you’d like to type to trigger the site search.
When you’re done, click “Save,” and the bookmark properties window will close.
Next, navigate to any website that you’d like to search (Let’s say How-To Geek, for example.). When you’re there, click the address bar in any Firefox window and type “cs atari” and hit Enter.
Instantly, you’ll see search results for “atari” among pages on the howtogeek.com website using the search engine you chose in the bookmark above
It´s not as complicted as it looks at first sight.
The pictures provided on the howtogeek site will make it pretty clear I should think.
I hope this keyword search may prove to be extremely handy and helpful.