I would like to do a keyword search but with only top-level pages as result.

For example, I want https://superuser.com as a hit but not https://superuser.com/questions/230975/ on my search.

Only that I don't want to restrict it to a single site, superuser up there being an example. I want to restrict it to top-level pages only.

Is there a pattern for Google web search to do this or in case there isn't, any other search engine that allows it?

  • This may work site:superuser.com. – Biswapriyo Feb 21 '19 at 15:32
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    The site:superuser.com syntax restricts results to those from superuser.com, but it will still include pages like superuser.com/questions/1408205. So I don't think that'll do what the questioner is asking for. (But it's a handy technique for other situations.) – Doug Deden Feb 21 '19 at 15:40
  • I do not think that there is any functionality for top level only search as you can see on google support and on ahrefs. – Hille Feb 21 '19 at 18:19

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