Ever do a search for say "son of a mill worker" or "son of a goat herder" only to click on one of the links in the results page and find yourself at a webpage without any idea where the original phrase you were looking for can be found? The solution to this troubling dilemma is a simple one, but only recently did a friend show me how to do it and have I realized that few of us are acquainted with this helpful tool:
In short, press Ctrl + F.
The following steps offer more detail and cover some contingencies you may run into.
1. Once you are at the page that supposedly has "son of a goat herder" on it, if you are using a PC, press 'Ctrl' + 'F' (I imagine on a Mac it is that strange double infinity button plus 'F'. Mac users please correct me if I am wrong).
2. A text box will pop up that allows you to retype the phrase you are looking for. Once you press 'Enter', the phrase you are looking for will be highlighted where it is located on the webpage.
3. If it does not locate the phrase you are looking for it probably means the phrase is on an internal page within the site, accessed by a secondary link button. If that is what you run into, and you are still determined to find your treasured phrase, you must make your own educated guesses about your internal link options. For example, if you see a link named "Barack Obama" you might guess that on that page is where you would find . . . "son of a goat herder".
Now that you have mastered a new trick, I bid you good luck in your future websurfing!