Help with Searching
Our search helps you find what you're looking for on our site. Here's how it works: you tell the search box what you're looking for by typing in keywords, phrases, or questions. It responds by giving you a list of all the pages on our website related to those topics.
How To Use:
- Type your keywords in the search box. For example, type help with copywriting.
- Press the Search button to start your search.
Tip: Don't worry if you get a large number of results. Even though there may be many pages related to your search, the most relevant pages will always appear first.
Searching for EXACT Phrases
If you are looking for something specific on our site, you will probably have more luck finding it if you search for an exact phrase. To do this, use "double quotation marks" around the phrase when you type in the search box. In the previous example, you could limit the results to only exact matches by searching for "help with copywriting" instead.
Including or excluding words:
To make sure that a specific word is always included in your search topic, place the plus (+) symbol before the key word in the search box. To make sure that a specific word is always excluded from your search topic, place a minus (-) sign before the keyword in the search box.
Example: To find information on graphics — not related to our graphic design program — you might try searching for graphics -design.
Expand your search using wildcards (*):
By typing an * within a keyword, you can match up to four letters.
Example: Try wish* to find wish, wishes, or wishful.
Tip: Make sure there are no spaces before or after the ":" when using these options.
Finds pages that contain the specified word or phrase in the page title (which appears in the title bar of most browsers). The search title:copywriting would find pages with the word "copywriting" in the title.
Finds pages that contain the specified text in the body of the document. Normal searches without the "text:" prefix will still scan the document body, but also search the URL, title, links, and META tags. Use text:blog to find only those pages that include the word "blog" in the body, ignoring the URL, title, etc.
Finds pages with a specific word or phrase in the URL. Use url:catalog to find all pages that have the word "catalog" anywhere in the URL.