The webfeet site contains information about dance and dance music in the UK, diaries of events and brief reviews. The main focus is the English Ceilidh dance scene but there is a substantial overlap with more genteel English Folk dance, Contra, Bal Folk, Cajun and other styles.
Text searches are done in a 'plain and simple' manner. The system returns you a list with the pages which include more of your search terms higher up in the list.
There's no sophisticated logic available, that is 'and's or 'or's, or ways of requiring a term to appear however putting a '+' in front of a term means it wil be taken more seriously and putting a '-' in front means that pages including this term are shown lower in the list.
A hit shows you the title of the page, the description Meta tag, if one was supplied, and the list of the section headings
Also check out the list of keywords collected from the pages indexed, this will give a feel for the sort of information that a search request could find. (Note these keywords are a collection of what the pages say they contain. Keywords are a bit notorious for lieing in this regard)
The site includes a number of things to help you finding you way around:
if you want to find out what's been done recently on the site...
Martin Kiff, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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