How to Search
At its simplest, a query can be just a simple word or a phrase. You can also
use the “Free-text” option to enter proper questions in plain English.
If the “Free-text” option is not exact enough, then use AND, AND NOT or OR
to combine multiple terms. For more advanced search features, here a list of
digi* to find digicam, ditital and so on.
sink, sinking, sank, and sunk.
web near design looks for the words web and design on the same page,
then ranks the returned pages in order of proximity. The closer together the
words are, the higher the rank of that page.
them literally. For instance, the following query: "placed near bottom" will
literally look for the above phrase. Without quotation marks, the search
returns any pages where the words placed and bottom appear.
Choose this option to enter any text you want in
plain English - from a proper question, to a string of
words and phrases. Our search engine will examine
your text, extract nouns and noun phrases and then
find matching pages.