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Still Haven’t Found What You’re Looking For?
PmWiki’s built-in search function lets you search the Wiki quickly and with decent flexibility. If you want to search the Wiki as well as the Crazy Talk Forum and our collection of PI sheets, you’ll need to use the Google search. If you’re looking for something that is only on the Forum, you’re better off using the forum’s search function. Although its use is sometimes limited to forum members.
Tips on Using the Wiki Search
- A search for more than one word will find pages that contain all of the words.
- Use quotation marks to search for a phrase.
- Also use quotes for text with punctuation or special characters such as colon (:), forward/right slash (/), ampersand (&), asterisk/splat (*), minus/exclude from this search sign (-), less than (<), single quote (‘) and double quote(“).
- When in doubt, quote it!
- Since I added the glossary function, some special characters, like ampersands (&) and dollar signs ($) in searches produce weird results.
- Searches are not case sensitive.
- To limit your search to a single group (category), enter the group name followed by a slash at the beginning of the search string (e.g., “Meds/”) .
- Unless you indicate a whole word, the search will return all pages where it finds the term you entered.
|Enter||To find pages containing|
|apple pie||both ‘apple’ and ‘pie’|
|“apple pie”||the phrase ‘apple pie’|
|apple -pie||‘apple’, omitting those containing ‘pie’|
|food -“apple pie”||‘food’, omitting those containing ‘apple pie’|
|apple “-pie”||the words ‘apple’ and ‘-pie’|
|apple - pie||‘apple’, ‘-‘, and ‘pie’|
|“pie:”||the word ‘pie’ with a colon|
|“pie=tasty”||the phrase ‘pie=tasty’|
|“ apple “||the whole word ‘apple’ and not words with ‘apple’ in them, like ‘snapplejuice’ or ‘crapplebees’|
|name=*crumble*||page names containing ‘crumble’|
|name=Gab?tril||will return the pages Gabatril and Gabitril. Which are the same page, but helpful to explain this function.|
|Meds/apple||‘apple’ in the Meds group of pages|
|“Meds/apple”||the phrase ‘Meds/apple’ in all groups of pages|