UPEPA and Anti-SLAPP Articles by Jay Adkisson
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. Searches are case insensitive, but accent sensitive in the default configuration (i.e. 'u' is not the same as 'ù').
To limit your search to a single group, enter the group name followed by a slash at the beginning of the search string (e.g., "PmWiki/" or "Site/"). To list all pages, enter a slash for the search.
|Enter||To find pages whose content contains|
|apple pie||both 'apple' and 'pie'|
|"apple pie"||the phrase 'apple pie'|
|pmwiki/apple||'apple' in the PmWiki group of pages|
|"pmwiki/apple"||the phrase 'pmwiki/apple' in all groups of pages|
|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'|
|pmwiki/||all pages in the PmWiki group|
Some special characters need to be enclosed in quotes, including the colon (:), equals sign (=), less than (<), single quote (') and double quote(").