On Fri, 18 Feb 2005 19:41:06 GMT, "music" <krill@fishfood4everXYZ.org>
>"John Bokma" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> > GameWyrd wrote:
>> >> Unknown User wrote:
>> >>> Is there a way, using Google to know how many pages a web site has
>> >> (for
>> >>> instance a particular company web site has 56 pages ; a designer
>> >> forum has
>> >>> 1678 pages, etc...)?
>> >> Use the site: command. If you want to know how many pages Example.com
>> >> has in Google then go to Google and search for site:www.example.com.
>> >> http://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Awww%2Eexample%2Ecom
>> > I was curious to see if it would work so I put it to the test.
>> > Unfortunately, Google only provides estimates so your proposed method is
>> > quite iffy. Maybe it can work for small sites like a 10-pager.
>> You can use filter=0, and move to the last page. However, Google limits
>> results to about 1000.
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>Wouldn't this only show how many pages Google may have indexed?
>I use a tool like Xenu to scan an entire site. IF all pages have a link
>route from the index, it catches them all.
How does it find orphan files then?
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