For example, a URL could be "https://github.com/
After sending, the page checks which user scripts would be executed on this exact URL.
A URL must begin with "https://
" or "http://
By placing the string "url:
" in front, the search term is always interpreted as a URL.
A domain search term could look like this: " github.com
The specified domain is now compared with the @match
tags of all user scripts ⤴
However, this type of search for fewer entries leads to fewer results because @include
tags are not included.
The prefix "domain:
" forces a domain search.
You can search for any character string that is longer than two characters, e.g .: "github
The number of search results is much larger than with the other search types, since the name and description of all user scripts are searched.
One disadvantage is that you cannot be sure whether the user script will be executed on the desired URL or even domain after installation.
This means that you have to check the userscript yourself.
A search term-based search can be forced with the prefix "term: