ZapMeta searches for web pages containing the words you specify. Try to enter your search as specifically as
possible. For example, koi carp instead of just carp.
Moreover, it does not matter whether you use uppercase or lowercase letters, as both give the same results.
Here are some additional search tips:
- If you specify multiple words in the search field it will initially search pages with all of the words. The
system then searches for pages where as many possibilities of the specified words occur.
- To search for an exact phrase, place the phrase in quotation marks. For example: "people in need".
- If you use a punctuation mark (for example: ë, é, ê, è) in a search term, only words with the punctuation mark
will be found. If you do not use a punctuation mark, it will search for matching words with or without the
punctuation. This means that you can search for French, German or Spanish words, even if you have a keyboard
that only supports Dutch.