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I am trying to find http://www.ahernslawyers.com.au/our-services/contract-advice/legal-advice-on-heads-of-agreements/
When I search for "heads of agreements" I get a different result to http://www.ahernslawyers.com.au/search/?q=%22heads+of+agreements%22 returns a different result to http://www.ahernslawyers.com.au/search/?q=heads+of+agreements.
I have just hard coded the double quotes for now but I'm hoping someone knows a less hacky way of doing it.
Searching with " gives an error as its a reserved character, in lucene query syntax its used for phrase searches, I usually on my search pages do a quick reg ex on search terms so that it removes any non alphanumerics. From what I remember in ezSearch when you type in a phrase i.e more than one word it will split terms on space character and do an or search for all the terms found in your case the query will be where content contains legal or advice or heads or agreements (on, of will be ignored as they are english stop words).
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