Rob's Search

Rob's Search

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  • Rob's Search
  • Meow.
  • Jim: Yeah.
  •  Jim: I think there’s something wrong with Google today Rob. I searched what to feed kittens but Bengal kittens won’t show up.
  • Rob: Oh that’s a bummer.
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  • Jim: What are keywords?
  • Rob: Wait! Did you type keywords?”
  • By: Finn
  • Jim: Oh really sweet!
  • Rob: Using keywords make your internet search more specific. So if you want to find out what to feed Bengal kittens then search, ‘what to feed Bengal Kittens.
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  • Jim: Wow sweet! I didn't know any of this but I still don't get the ctrl F thing.
  • Rob: Even if you do use keywords in an internet search there may be a lot a information to look through on a page, so you can do a ctrl F. Once you tap ctrl F a small search bar will show up. You will then type in a word or topic and it will show you each instance of that word throughout the whole web page. This will make researching a lot quicker.
  • Jim: Ohh! I get it. Anyway I Better get feeding this cat. He's getting grumpy.
  • Rob: Ok--so for example, if I were to search how to feed Bengal kittens on a site, I would ctrl F and enter in search criteria. For instance, I type in "food" and then hit enter. My search for "food" on the web page will return everything that matches on "food" and every instance of "food" throughout the web page will be highlighted.
  • Jim: Awesome! Using keywords and ctrl F helped me find out how to feed Bengal kittens! One teaspoon of cat food three times a day, cat litter…
  • Meow
  • Rob: Ok see ya bye!!
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