SiteHype is a powerful content search engine and reader offering several filter and layout options in a clean and simple user experience.
Searches in SiteHype are content-focused, not meta-focused (ex: Google Search), so content matching is more accurate with a focus on providing recently published content first.
While other content readers charge you a monthly subscription fee or clutter up your screen with distracting and annoying advertisements, SiteHype provides everyone with FREE access to its search engine and content reader!
To better understand SiteHype, you need to learn the terminology used in it. Commonly used words and their meanings are listed below.
Hype (noun) -- A single content item indexed by SiteHype such as an article, video, podcast, etc.
Hypeset (noun) -- A group of hypes (content) associated by topic or generated from a specific source or feed.
#technology -- all hypes (content) associated with the "technology" topic.
@engadget.com -- all hypes (content) indexed from the "engadget.com" source.
.espn-com-nfl -- all hypes (content) indexed from the "espn-com-nfl" feed.
Hypelist (noun) -- A manual list-based feed of two or more hypesets that can be viewed, shared or followed.
Hypelist includes .. engadget.com source + python topic + gizmodo.com source + engadget-com-reviews feed.
Hypefeed (noun) -- A personalized content feed for each user based on the hypesets they follow and content they filter.
SiteHype provides a versatile search engine for searching content as well as filters for refining search results.
It is important to note that order of search terms does not matter.
Note: String examples show with "*" at the end because they will wildcard match any characters from that point forward.
Includes results associated with "technology" topic
Includes results from "engadget.com" source
Includes results from "espn-com-nfl" feed
Note: Strings match using wildcards at the end of strings and also ignore non-alphanumeric characters.
Example: search engine
Includes results that contain (string) "search*" AND (string) "engine*" (would match "searches" and "engines")
Includes results that contain (string) "searchengine*" OR (string) "search engine*" (would match "searchengines" or "search engines")
Note: Words match using exact matches only and do not include plural or tense variations.
Example: _search _engine
Includes results that contain (word) "search" AND (word) "engine" exactly (would not match "searches" or "engines")
Example: searchengine -google
Includes results that contain (string) "searchengine*" or (string) "search engine*" and do not contain (string) "google*"
Example: _search engine -_google
Includes results that contain (word) "search" and (string) "engine*" and do not contain (word) "google"
Example: #technology -@engadget.com -google
Includes results associated with (topic) "technology" that are not from (source) "engadget.com" that do not contain (string) "google*"
Example: #technology @engadget.com _search engine -google
Includes results from (source) "engadget.com" associated with (topic) "technology" that contain (word) "search" and (string) "engine*" and do not contain (string) "google*"
Note: Currently only these bangs are supported, but more will be added soon .. !ddg .. !google .. !bing .. !yahoo .. !hn
Example: @engadget.com _search engine -google !ddg
Converts and redirects search to DuckDuckGo.com to show that site's search results