Advanced google query parameters

Access as_* Google query parameters to give you the additional control over the Google search results. For more details and examples see the official documentation here.

Advanced Search Query Parameters

as_dt

Optional

Parameter controls whether to include or exclude results from the site named in the as_sitesearch parameter.

as_epq

Optional

Parameter identifies a phrase that all documents in the search results must contain. You can also use the phrase search query term to search for a phrase.

as_eq

Optional

Parameter identifies a word or phrase that should not appear in any documents in the search results. You can also use the exclude query term to ensure that a particular word or phrase will not appear in the documents in a set of search results.

as_lq

Optional

Parameter specifies that all search results should contain a link to a particular URL. You can also use the link: query term for this type of query.

as_nlo

Optional

Parameter specifies the starting value for a search range. Use as_nlo and as_nhi to append an inclusive search range.

as_nhi

Optional

Parameter specifies the ending value for a search range. Use as_nlo and as_nhi to append an inclusive search range.

as_oq

Optional

Parameter provides additional search terms to check for in a document, where each document in the search results must contain at least one of the additional search terms. You can also use the Boolean OR query term for this type of query.

as_q

Optional

Parameter provides search terms to check for in a document. This parameter is also commonly used to allow users to specify additional terms to search for within a set of search results.

as_qdr

Optional

Parameter requests search results from a specified time period (quick date range). The following values are supported:
d[number]: requests results from the specified number of past days. Example for the past 10 days: as_qdr=d10
w[number]: requests results from the specified number of past weeks.
m[number]: requests results from the specified number of past months.
y[number]: requests results from the specified number of past years. Example for the past year: as_qdr=y

as_rq

Optional

Parameter specifies that all search results should be pages that are related to the specified URL. The parameter value should be a URL. You can also use the related: query term for this type of query.

as_sitesearch

Optional

Parameter allows you to specify that all search results should be pages from a given site. By setting the as_dt parameter, you can also use it to exclude pages from a given site from your search resutls.