Does Google have an || (or)? Particularly for searching particular sites?

Say I wanted to search site:wordpress.com site:livejournal.com gelato. Doesn’t work, because it tries to && those results instead of ||ing them. Say I want to do this for a number of sites such that it makes sense not to not restrict but also large enough so that it would be tedious to do this for every site (perhaps four or more specific site searches). How do I get the || of results for site:livejournal.com gelato and site:wordpress.com gelato?

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Author: JohnnyApplesauce

Chrome custom search engine – help to make it work on some sites

Can someone help me with a problem I’m having? Setting up custom bookmarks just doesn’t seem to work on some sites.

I for example want one for playstationtrophies.org and it doesn’t display search terms only search.php so searching “Test” I just end up with a “404 Error. Page not found” at

https://www.playstationtrophies.org/search.phpTest

I had this working on FireFox I either downloaded it from the Firefox “find more search engines” or I edited a different one manually.

On Firefox I had the file with the following:

    <SearchForm>http://www.playstationtrophies.org/</SearchForm>
    <os:Url type="text/html" method="POST" template="http://www.playstationtrophies.org/search.php">
      <os:Param name="search" value="{searchTerms}"/>
    </os:Url>
    </SearchPlugin>

How can I make this work with Chrome’s simple “%s” for custom searches?

Thank you so much for any help.

Regards

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Author: Alan Finlayson