Tips for searching urban75
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Advanced searches made easy
To make an effective seach it is important to know the difference between words and phrases. You might have typed community composting and found your results included pages that contained both the words community and composting but not community composting itself. In this case community composting is not simply two words but a phrase. Phrases should be entered in "double quotation marks". ie. "community composting"
Another important feature is the option of choosing to search for ALL or ANY of the keywords or phrases you typed. If you choose ALL then only the pages that contain every word or phrase you provided will be displayed. If you choose ANY, then pages will be displayed even if only one match was found. While the ALL option (which is the default option) usualy provides the best search, it is often useful to use the ANY option. For example you might look for the phrases "forest garden" and "woodland garden" using the ALL option because the terms are generally interchangeable.
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