How to refine your search results

"+" SYMBOL
Using the search box typing "Festival+2013" search engine looks only for pages where both terms are present. In this case the search result consists of a list of pages only containing both "Festival" and "2013" terms.

"-" SYMBOL
Use this symbol when you want to exclude any specific keyword-related results, i.e.: entering "Javier+Cercas-exhibitions" you will get all pages containing both "Javier" and "Cercas" terms, excluding those containing "exhibitions".

UPPER AND LOWER CASE LETTERS
Despite the letter case used to input the keyword in the search box (e.g.: "cercas", "Cercas", "CERCAS"), search engine returns pages containing the keyword either in lower case, upper case or both.

ASTERISK (WILD CARD)
The asterisk character ("*") can be used in order to search for any possible characters combination in its place. e.g.: If you type "Paul+Auste*" the search engine may return a matching result as "Paul Austel", "Paul Austen" … including, of course, the correct "Paul Auster".