How to search for something with "site:website.com" prefix?
I often use Google's feature to limit my search to one website. Sometimes I Google for "something site: website.com" and it is okay. But when I Google "site: website.com something" Firefox search nothing (I assume it tries to treat `site:` as a protocol).
Is there any workaround to fix this?
Additional System Details
- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Android 9; Mobile; rv:68.0) Gecko/68.0 Firefox/68.0
Hmm, on Android, or on Windows/Mac/Linux?
Windows is working fine for me. However, on Android, I need to use the ? workaround if site: is the first thing in the bar. I mean:
Oh, sorry. It's on Android.
'?' workaround works, thanks! Is it the only option? (I mean, it's not hard to type '?' every time, but it's quite annoying as I use 'site:' quite frequently.
The other options is to tap on the search icon you want to use. This will force the text to be treated as a search.