If you have Google Chrome, you need not use any search tool, gadget, for searching any particular website.
Once you search any site manually (Going to the site, giving the keyword in the search bar of the site), the next time you can directly search that site from Chrome’s address bar itself.
How to try this ?
I have searched Wikipedia for any query through Google Chrome atleast once.
When I did this, Google Chrome automatically identifies the query variable (“search=” and any hidden variable “language=en”) for this site (Wikipedia), and also the search form action page (http://www.wikipedia.org/search-redirect.php)
This helps me, for the next time I want to search Wikipedia.org, through Google’s Chrome browser.
Say, I want to search Wikipedia for “A.R.Rahman”.
1. I am opening Google Chrome, and start typing “wiki”, Chrome suggests wikipedia.org.
And also gives me a short cut to search wikipedia.org (Press tab to search Wikipedia.org)
2. When I press tab key, it asks for search string,
3. I type “A.R. Rahman” in it, and hit enter
4. Chrome now forms the url “http://www.wikipedia.org/search-redirect.php?search=A.R.Rahman&language=en” , which directs us to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A.R.Rahman
Try it yourself and let me know how do you feel.