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search Example Explanation
Single Keyword logika Returns each page containing the keyword logika
Multiple Keywords logika corporation Returns each page containing the keyword logika AND the keyword corporation anywhere within the document.  Same as if you had typed: +logika +corporation (see Boolean)
Phrase "logika corporation" Returns each page containing the exact string in quotes, meaning only those pages where logika is followed directly by corporation.
Boolean +corporation
-logika
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)
log*
*ika
*log*
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 log, such as logika, or log, or logic.  The second example would return any page containing keywords ending in ika such as logika, or  troika,  or paprika.   The third example would return any page containing keywords with log within itself, such as prologic, or biology.
Title Search ^logika Returns each page containing the  keyword logika within the <TITLE> section of the HTML.
URL Search $product Search all indexed URLs within a site including the domain name, directory path, and filename / extension.

www.logika.net/products/info.htm
products.logika.net/namedroppers.htm
news.logika.net/detail/allproducts.htm