Question: What Is Search Within a Site?
I've heard about this new Google feature called "search within a site." What is it and how do I use it?
Answer: When you are searching with Google and type in the name of some popular websites, such as Wikipedia or the New York Times, you may see an extra search box below your first result. This search box will let you refine your search before you even get to the website by searching for results within that website.
You can do the same thing with any website by using Google's site: syntax.