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Directory contains editor-reviewed websites organized into subject categories.
Use the Directory when you are interested in a certain subject but do not know
exactly what you are looking for.
If you are looking for something precise,
invites you to search its content by simply typing a query and clicking the
Search button. Enter words that you think will appear on the Web page you want.
indexes all the words on every Web page.
Organization of the Directory
The websites are organized into subject or geographical categories. Inside the
categories, the organization is NOT alphabetized. The classification results from the date of entry in the directory (the last are in top of the page).
supports full Boolean capability (AND, OR, NOT),
including parenthetical expressions, in all search forms.
When you type multiple words in the search box,
finds documents containing at least one of the specified words or phrases. The
found documents can contain both items, but not necessarily.
When you are looking for web pages that contain a specific word, type a “+”
before the word (Example: +French photographer, search results will
contain the word French and can contain the word photographer).
When you are looking for web pages that contain some words but not another one,
type a “-” or “NOT” or “!” (Example: American sculpture
-bronze, search results could contain American and sculpture
but not bronze).
When you are looking for web pages that contain all of the words, type AND
between the words (Example: artist AND tapestry, search results will
contain word artist AND the word tapestry in them, which is
similar to +artist +tapestry).
When you are looking for an exact phrase, put it in quotes (Example: "Art Basel
If you include an accent in a query word,
will only match words with that particular accent. If you do not include any
will match words without accents.
Uppercase and lowercase are treated the same.
Automatic Exclusion of Common Words
ignores common words and characters such as "with" and "in", as well as certain
single letters, because they tend to slow down your search without improving
takes a snapshot of each page examined as it crawls the web and caches these as
a back-up in case the original page is unavailable.
If you click on the "Cached" link, you will see the web page as it looked when
we indexed it. The cached content is the content
uses to judge whether this page is a relevant match for your query.
When the cached page is displayed, it will have a header at the top to remind
you that it may not be the most recent version of the page. Terms that match
your query are highlighted on the cached version to make it easier for you to
see why the page is relevant.