In order to locate a precise textual element within a webpage, there exist two distinct manners
in which to utilize the intext command. The first entails providing a singular keyword within the
search parameters, whereas the second method involves the search for multiple keywords.
In order to effectively incorporate multiple keywords into your search, the utilization of the
"allintext" operator is recommended. This operator serves to separate the individual keywords with
a singular space, resulting in a more refined and precise search query.
Occasionally, it may be necessary to sift through documents by discerning their HTML page titles.
As the primary keywords of the webpage are encapsulated within the title, it serves as a
comprehensive representation of the entire page. As such, utilizing a specific command can assist
in the identification and retrieval of the desired information.