Below is a table which outlines the syntax we support for our SITE SEARCH.   By default, you will only get results matching ALL your words.   For example, searching for: conveyor belt may not return the results you want, since not all belts are used on "conveyors".


Search Example Explanation
Single Keyword belt Returns each page containing the keyword belt
Multiple Keywords conveyor belt Returns each page containing the keyword conveyor AND the keyword belt anywhere within the document.  Same as if you had typed: +conveyor +belt (see Boolean)
Phrase "conveyor belt" Returns each page containing the exact string in quotes, meaning only those pages where conveyor is followed directly by belt.
Boolean +belt
-conveyor
Returns each page based on the Boolean condition being met.  A plus (+) preceding a keyword indicates that the keyword MUST exist on the page.  A minus (-) preceding a keyword indicates that the keyword MUST NOT exist on the page.
Wildcard
(Partial Keywords)
Panther*
*heavy
*400*
Returns each page where a keyword exists that either starts with, ends with, or is contained within a particular term.  Therefore, the first example would return any page containing keywords starting with Panther, such as Panther Heavy, or Panther 400, or Panther Light.  The second example would return any page containing the keyword heavy , regardless of what comes before it, such as forces and heavy shock loading.   The third example would return any page containing the keyword heavy , without regard to any word coming before or after it.
Title Search ^QuickMelt Returns each page containing the  keyword QuickMelt within the <TITLE> of the page.
URL Search $endless Search all indexed URLs within a site including the domain name, directory path, and filename / extension.

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