|Click on the Search button or press the Enter key on your keyboard to start the search after you have filled in the search keywords. The default search is to select any pages which include any of the keywords (separated by spaces) you enter. You can override this behaviour by preceding the keywords with special characters for advanced searching.
The search results also contain pages where the keywords are part of a longer word and the results are not returned in any specific order. For your convenience, searching is case-independent.
The search engine searches the pages on the website completely, also for text which is normally not visible. Therefore, if you have a search result which apparently does not show your keywords, have a look at the HTML source because the text is hidden somewhere in the page.
The characters * ? ( ) [ \ are excluded from searching in any combination.
When you want to search with a special character in the keyword like the quotation mark " or the and sign &, you have to use the HTML-equivalent like " and &.
Note that on this website the English spelling is used, like colour and grey.