How do search engines work - WordPress.com

How do search engines work - WordPress.com

HOW DO SEARCH ENGINES WORK A search engine makes this index using a program called a web crawler. This automatically browses the web and stores information about the pages it visits. Say If I wanted to find what the fastened animal is I would put. [fastest animal] Short and HOW DO YOU USE SEARCH A ENGINES! search engine makes this index using a program called a web crawler. This automatically browses the web and stores information about the pages it visits Every time a web crawler vistas a web page, it makes a copy of it and adds its URL to an index. Once this is done, the web crawler follows all the links on the page, repeating the process of

copying, indexing and then following the link. It keeps doing this, building up a huge index of many webpages as it goes Some websites stop web crawlers from visiting them. These pages will be left out of the index, along with pages that no-one links to. This information that the web crawler puts together is then used by search engines. It becomes the search engines index. Every webpage recommended by a search engine has been visited by a web crawler .gov www.whitehouse.gov government .net www.whitehouse.net

Internet network provider .com www.whitehouse.com company /kids www.whitehouse.gov /kids Educational for kids .edu www.harvard.edu

Educational establishment .ac.uk www. Shu.ac.ac.uk academic .org www.cafod.org.uk organisation .co.uk www.bbc.co.uk British company

.mil www.navy.mil military BIAS AND SPOOF/HOAX WEBSITES Some websites have biased thing on them so be carful on what you do A hoax is a deliberately fabricated falsehood made to masquerade as truth. It is distinguishable from errors in observation or judgment, or rumours, urban legends, pseudoscience's or April Fools' Day events that are passed along in good faith by believers or as jokes!!!!! Photo shop! Haux

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