This is still being debugged. You may encounter some error messages
that I am still working on.
- Case is ignored. Searching for Binford, binford or BINFORD will
return the same results.
- The search will default to and. The 3 examples below using a space, comma comma or the
and word are handled same and will return the same results.
The only records found will be those that contain all 3 words somewhere in
- Cooperstown Binford Hannaford
- Cooperstown, Binford, Hannaford
- Cooperstown and Binford and Hannaford
- Use double quotation marks to search for an exact term or
phrase. The example below will not find something
like "Coopestown has a High School".
"Cooperstown High School"
will only return pages with that phrase.
- Use or to find pages that meet only one criteria. In the
example below it will find all pages with either Cooperstown or Binford or
- Cooperstown or Binford or Hannaford
- Put a minus sign in front of words that you don't want. The
example below will filter out all pages that have the word Coopoerstown in it.
- Use parentheses to make the search logical. If you want
to find Apples and Bananas or Cherries do you want
1. All of the records that have Apples
and also all of the records that have either Bananas or Cherries?
2. All of the records that have
either both Apples and Bananas or Cherries?
correct computer terms would be:
1. Apples and (Bananas or Cherries)
2. (Apples and Bananas) or Cherries
The term within the parentheses will be evaluated first
and then it will work out from there.