Safari Keyword Search is a simple Safari add-on that allows users to perform keyword searches from the address bar.
This feature that gives you access to several search engines using simple keywords.
For instance, you will be able to search on Google for pages about cows by typing g cows in the address bar.
Here are some key features of "SafariKeywordSearch":
The following searches are included in the default set:
· a: amazon.com
· d: duckduckgo.com
· down: downforeveryoneorjustme.com
· e: ebay.com
· g: google.com
· gm: maps.google.com
· imdb: imdb.com
· so: stackoverflow.com
· w: en.wikipedia.org
· wa: wolframalpha.com
· y: youtube.com
· Safari 5.1 or later
· In Safari 5.1, the search term cannot contain a colon symbol (:), as this makes Safari believe something is wrong with the URL protocol. Two typical uses for this is to use site:example.com in Google to limit your search to a specific domain, and cache:example.com/article.html to view the Google cache of a specific page. Workarounds for these two cases are provided: Any Google-search containing site= or cache= will convert the = to a :.