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I often google for programming related stuff, and whenever there's an article on a few sites I enjoy reading such as the developer.mozilla.org, I would like to have them at the top of the search results. Is there a way to do that? I have been pressing the favorite icon, but it is tied to the particular page only.

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migrated from superuser.com Mar 6 '11 at 15:11

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Maybe something like this, doing it more complex, maybe adding a shortcut for not typing it everytime, etc, would be the solution :

whatever the terms site:developer.mozilla.org || site:anotherprogrammingsite.com || site:otherone.com ...

using "" for 'whatever the terms' (random sentence, could be programming in java, or python parser, etc) for full sentence search or not, like always.

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