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I want to Google search for videos on "JavaScript". However, I want search results from websites other than YouTube. How can I do that?

Since I want video results, I selected the Videos tab on the Google search results page. But how to exclude YouTube results? The operators page doesn't offer any suggestions to this effect..

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The page you're linking to does describe how to do that:

When you use a dash before a word or site, it excludes sites with that info from your results. This is useful for words with multiple meanings, like Jaguar the car brand and jaguar the animal. Examples: jaguar speed -car or pandas -site:wikipedia.org

Do a video search for javascript -site:youtube.com to exclude results from youtube.com.

Note the dash: If you searched for javascript site:youtube.com you would restrict results to only videos from youtube.com. From the same documentation page:

site: Get results from certain sites or domains. Example: olympics site:nbc.com
To get results from multiple sites or domains, combine with OR. Example: Olympics site:nbc.com OR site:.gov

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