Tips & Tricks
Using Google Images Search
Photo Album of Western Plants and Wildflowers
Google's free site search does not include their Images search
nor provide for restricting searches to below the domain level (yet), or you
would see it here.
However, Google Images Search does work quite well for searching
for images within this subdirectory if you know a couple of tricks:
Go to Google.com
Click on "Images" (just above search terms window)
In the search terms window of the Images search page, enter
+rangenet +christiec and your search term(s)
Assuming you get a hit, the results page will show thumbnail
links of all images that were associated with your search terms. Just clip
on an image that interests you.
A final results page will be displayed in a new window that
has the selected image with a link to "see a full-size image"
displayed in the top section, and the web page that it comes from in the
Note that while Googles Images Search is a very smart
program, what is displayed when you follow the "see a full-size
image" will sometimes be a thumbnail instead. If that is the case,
just go to the lower section of Google's final results page, scroll down
until you find the image that you are interested in, and then click on
that thumbnail for a full sized image.
While this procedure presently seems to include enough
uniqueness to restrict the search results to this album, it is possible that
stray results from other web sites may be included in search results in the
future. If that happens, just try including additional or different
combinations of required words (preceded by a "+") from the full
path name of the album. These would be:
Note that you can use adaptations of these procedures for
conducting site and directory specific Google and Google Images searches for
other web sites and directories.