Is there a way to tell Bing that I never want results from a certain domain?
2Seems like this would be an excellent extension/add-on.– SMBiggsJan 17, 2018 at 21:48
1Excellent extension, as requested: webapps.stackexchange.com/a/160190/290085– GruffJan 23, 2022 at 13:44
I add -site:blockeddomain.com after my search items.
how to paint barn -site:ehow.com -site:experts-exchange.com -site:ebay.com -site:dotnetspark.com -site:go4sharepoint.com -site:wikihow.com -site:howstuffworks.com
In this example I have added my current ignore list. To make it easy for day-to-day use, I use a text expander to enter all the domains that annoy me. In my text expander I make all instances of "---" show up as "-site:ehow.com -site:experts-exchange.com -site:ebay.com -site:dotnetspark.com -site:go4sharepoint.com -site:wikihow.com -site:howstuffworks.com". I use the text expanding feature of AutoHotkey as I already use that program for several other automation tasks.
This works for Bing and Google. I used just -blockeddomain.com for Google successfully, but multiple domains this way broke Bing. Whereas with the -site: both search engines seem to behave appropriately.
It is not perfect, but it saves me time. Google used to let you block pages on a blacklist, but discontinued that service. We need to remember that in the search world, we are the product and
Or in Chrome modify your default search settings. Example: after the arrow insert
%20-site:ehow.com to always append
-site:ehow.com to your searches.
1Hrmm...you just gave me an idea. I'll just modify my search settings in Chrome appending
%20-site:ehow.com -site:experts-exchange.com -site:ebay.com -site:dotnetspark.com -site:go4sharepoint.com -site:wikihow.com -site:howstuffworks.comafter the query string, where
%20is just a space. I can probably also do this for my context menu search extension. If you want to add that I'll accept. May 30, 2014 at 19:09
I do not have a functional install of Chrome here at work. (Gotta love strictly managed systems.) I don't know the details of how what you said would be enabled. Though I get the gist of it. Same technique with a different tool applying it. Please feel free to edit above and add the paragraph for others to know your method.– EFHMay 30, 2014 at 19:14
Another reason for me to get Chrome working on this system!!– EFHMay 30, 2014 at 19:32
Sadly, I was using Chrome two years ago as well. Meanwhile the ability was always there, haha... May 30, 2014 at 19:45
site:example-code.com– PlutoMar 16, 2018 at 22:16
To hide results of any kind just use the — (minus, dash, etc.) operator.
New York -yankees
The above will display results for 'New York' but exclude the 'yankees' keyword.
Disney Characters -disney.go.com
The above will display results for 'Disney Characters' while also removing results that have the 'disney.go.com' domain name.
2This is a nice work around, but I don't think the OP wants to add (eg.)
-expertsexchange.comto every query. The functionality should be comparable to webapps.stackexchange.com/q/1397, that is, when the OP is logged into Bing, there should be a setting that can be toggled for every query to remove a blacklist of sites. Aug 22, 2012 at 19:11
+1 but yes, Keven Vermeer is correct (about a site in particular too!). Aug 22, 2012 at 19:17
I see now that he said 'never' show them....hmmmm....good question. Aug 22, 2012 at 21:18
If you use uBlock Origin, you can add the filter:
example.com with a website's URL, or part of it.)
If you also want to filter out links from the "Explore later" section, try adding:
You can change your default search engine. It's easy to do this on any browser by relying on Mycroft's search engine form: http://mycroftproject.com/submitos.html
Find the search engine you want to modify on Mycroft (preferably for search the website URL).
Find the one you want to use in the results (probably under category "Major Engines") and hover its name to view an ID.
Fill in this ID in the form at the URL above and click "Load".
Modify this form how you see fit (probably by adding
+-site:bing.comwith the plus representing a space in URLs). You may need to change the name so that it doesn't conflict with already installed engines.
Click "Generate Plugin" and then "Test Plugin". Clicking "Test Plugin" will call the function
window.external.AddSearchProvideroff of a URL that generates your search plugin so you can install it. There is no need to click "Submit Plugin".
I've also recreated the form on jsfiddle with as few changes as possible. However it still relies on up to two GET requests from Mycroft. The benefit of this version is that it includes templates for Bing and Google so you can easily modify these without finding their ID: https://jsfiddle.net/dvd2fh8n/
The uBlacklist browser extension works with bing.
For the record, as of Nov 2021, the suggestion to exclude websites via Chrome (or Edge) by editing the "URL" part of the given browser's "Manage Search Engine" settings, cannot be performed. You can see the URL, but cannot edit it. I do not know whether there's a developer mode or flag to enable such.