Search Sites Directly With Safari Quick Website Search

Learn how to use Quick Website Search on your Mac, iPhone and iPad to skip search engines and get results directly from your favorite websites. This saves time and increases privacy.

Comments: 4 Responses to “Search Sites Directly With Safari Quick Website Search”

    Cyndi Feeney
    9 months ago

    Thank you again big time for most valuable and time saving tips. Will practice this tip for quick searches.

    Matthew Brandt
    8 months ago

    Hi. I’ve tried this several times on my iPad and iPhone but when I search, Google pops up with my query instead of the website. I tried it with MacMost, Apple, and Wikipedia. Additionally, Google and MacMost are the only two sites listed in Safari Quick Website Search settings. Am I doing something incorrectly? Thanks.

    8 months ago

    Matthew: When you search, use something like "MacMost iPad" and then look for the suggestion under it to search only that site. Tap that.

    Matthew Brandt
    8 months ago

    Hi Gary, thanks for responding. I figured out what I was doing wrong. After typing my query into the search bar, I was hitting the return button. That always brought up Google search results. When I clicked the bar with Search MacMost.com for “iPad”, directly below the search bar, it worked perfectly. Thanks again.

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