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I spend a lot of time searching for resources about PHP. As the search narrows and the results get fewer, I begin to get a lot of noise from pages unrelated to my research, simply appearing there because they end with ".php".

If I do

-".php"

it works, but also hides the pages that are relevant but end in .php

How do I search Google and ignore as relevant to my search, but not remove those entries containing ".php" from the results?

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

intext:php or allintext: your php query may work.

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Thank you so much. Works perfectly. I know I'm late in flagging this as answered but for some reason I did not get a notification(or rather, I must have missed it). Also, thanks for the edits to my question. It really needed them. –  Xananax Dec 13 '11 at 7:02
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