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Old 01-12-2006, 08:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to search the url in a list of titled links?

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The list contains 1000 links. Each link has a titled url--

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In the above list of links, I want to find every link that contains "aad.archives.org" without hovering over each and every link.

Is that possible?

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ctrl f brings up the search, I paste in aad.archives.org and it finds no matches. Im not sure on whaat you are asking...
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Old 01-12-2006, 09:10 PM   #3 (permalink)
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In that list, each url has a title. The title does not necessarily contain the actual url. I want to find the actual url in a huge list.
When you hover over a title, you can see the actual url. That is what I want to search.

Does that make sense?

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Im not sure how it can be done. Why would you want to do this? Like why do you want to see the url and not the description?
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The url title Online searchable database points to an address at "aad.archives.org"
I want to find each instance where "aad.archives.org" is referenced.
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Im not sure how it can be done. Why would you want to do this? Like why do you want to see the url and not the description?
Certain sites are built well and contain very useful information (and a lot of information). I want to land on those sites only without wading through thousands of links of riff raff.
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Im not sure if that can be done at all....maybe someone else knows.....
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Does anyone else have any ideas?
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