HTML Code Search


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Features

  • Search within HTML source code and HTTP headers.
  • Regular expression and exact match string search (case sensitive or insensitive).
  • Test page to make sure you get your query right before running it through the system.
  • Run multiple searches simultaneously. (5 for paid members)
  • Up to 50,000 results per search.
  • Option for email notification when searches are complete.
  • View search results with snippets in real-time as they are found.
  • Download result URLs as a CSV file.
  • Millions of the most popular websites indexed. (Currently only home pages are searchable)
  • Searches typically complete within a few hours, depending on server load and query complexity.
  • Free demo. (You must login to use)

Usage

Our HTML code search engine allows you to search within the HTML source code of web pages. This means that you can search in ways not possible with mainstream search engines.

Say for example you wanted to search for domains parked at GoDaddy. Google usually prefers to deindex these kinds of pages due to duplicate content, and it's difficult to get an extensive list of URLs. However, with our HTML search engine you can search for a common string such as 'function OnDomainNameSearchInputKeyPressed(evt)', which is only in the source code of the pages and would not show up in a Google search.

search query example


HTML Tags

You may include any HTML tags in your search. For example, if you were looking for pages that utilize Joomla, you could do an exact match search for '<meta name="generator" content="Joomla' and you would get results similar to those shown below.

joomla example


Regex Search

If you wanted to find pages that contain Google analytics code, you could perform a regex search for '/google-analytics\.com.{2,300}(UA-[0-9]+)-[0-9]+/s'. This will return results that use 'ga.js' and 'urchin.js'. The regex search function takes a similar pattern argument to PHP's preg_match function.

google analytics example


Search Within HTTP Headers

HTTP headers are searchable as well. For example, if you wanted to find pages that are powered by PHP 5.2.6, you could do an exact match search for 'X-Powered-By: PHP/5.2.6' and you would get results similar to the image below.

php 5.2.6 example


Pricing

We're currently offering two pricing options: a one-day pass and a monthly subscription. For the monthly plan, there is no contract and you may cancel your subscription at any time.

One Day

$9

Single Day Membership
  • Full Access
  • Single Payment
  • 50,000 Results
  • Unlimited Searches
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Monthly

$39

/mo
Monthly Membership
  • Full Access
  • Monthly Subscription
  • 50,000 Results
  • Unlimited Searches
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